2022 Employer Survey – Get Involved

In the Spring of 2020, we carried out an employer survey which looked at the short- and medium-term impact the pandemic was having on businesses and their training programmes. It provided employers with wider insight on how other businesses were navigating the huge challenges they were facing, and enabled us to tailor our offering to ensure that we supported our employers in the right way. The survey focussed on recruitment, resourcing, retention and learning and development.

Employer Survey

2022 Employer Survey – Get Involved

In the Spring of 2020, we carried out an employer survey which looked at the short- and medium-term impact the pandemic was having on businesses and their training programmes. It provided employers with wider insight on how other businesses were navigating the huge challenges they were facing, and enabled us to tailor our offering to ensure that we supported our employers in the right way. The survey focussed on recruitment, resourcing, retention and learning and development.

As we emerge from the pandemic, FI are revisiting this with another employer survey. The aim of the survey is to draw comparisons with the data from our 2020 survey and gain insight into how businesses have adapted their strategy as a result of the pandemic. Below is a link to our 2022 survey ‘Two Years of Turbulence – how recruitment, development and retention has adapted’ We are asking employers around the country to complete the survey by 1st April.

Who is the Employer Survey aimed at?

The survey is aimed at anyone involved in Finance training within your business. They might be training managers, finance managers and more generally individuals with an interest in training or early careers finance programmes. Your name and organisation will remain anonymous and will not be shared outside of First Intuition. The survey should take no more than 8 minutes to complete.


Coming soon: Insight Report

We will be writing a follow-up insight report ‘Two Years of Turbulence – how recruitment, development and retention has adapted’, to be released publicly in May. In the report, we will be sharing back with you the key trends and insights found in the data helping you to benchmark your own activity in these areas.

Your participation in this survey is greatly appreciated and will help us to build a really interesting picture of how far we have all come, in what has been one of the most disruptive periods ever faced by global business.

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