Entrepreneur and inventor James Dyson has announced that he will create 400 jobs over the next two years.
Many of these jobs will go to bright, young graduates. Rewards encompass starting salaries for engineers of around £28,000 with many new employees receiving a ‘golden hello’ of £3,000 cash.
Read the full article, published in Management Today here – http://www.managementtoday.co.uk/news/1116770/
Whilst Dyson’s growth and ability to boost the workforce is to be applauded, will high starting salaries and Golden Hello’s be enough to gain loyalty from the workforce?
What else is needed to keep these enthusiastic new employees attached and engaged to the company? Are they in it for the long haul, or will they look for the exit once the value of the Golden Hello diminishes?
I’d be interested to hear your views.