Regulatory Salary Expectations in 2024

Based on our March 2024 survey, over 51% of Regulatory Affairs professionals are considering changing jobs this year. The ability to work remotely and higher compensation and benefits are the biggest driving factors in seeking a new position. In order to understand senior Regulatory candidates’ salary expectations in 2024, Dennis Partners once again surveyed the[…]

Regulatory Landscape Newsletter – September 2023

This is our Regulatory Landscape newsletter for September 2023 with our monthly insights on the evolving market for Regulatory professionals.    For the month of August there were about 80 new Regulatory positions posted at smaller biotech and pharma companies in the US. This is up about 14% from last month and very similar to the[…]

Pay Transparency is Coming: What Employers Should Consider Doing

Pay transparency is coming to the biopharma industry. In fact, there’s already some form of law in place in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Maryland, and Washington with new transparency laws enacting in New York on November 1, 2022.  Job boards such as Indeed are seeing an increase in companies sharing salary ranges.  LinkedIn’s latest Workforce Confidence[…]

Hiring Top Candidates in Today’s Competitive Market

In today’s market, it’s incredibly challenging to find the desired Regulatory talent for growing bio/pharma organizations.  We’ve seen companies adjust levels, rapidly promote people, and lower their expectations.  It’s an arduous process but once you finally are ready to make an offer, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to get the acceptance.  The biggest challenge is that[…]

Employment Summary for July 2017

The July Employment Situation Report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed a 0.1 percent decline in the U.S.’s unemployment rate – to 4.3 percent – and a gain of 209,000 jobs in total nonfarm payroll employment. According to Markets Insider, projections for the unemployment rate’s small decline were spot-on, while economists’ estimate of jobs[…]

Working From Home – How Important Is It?

Recently, some large companies have curtailed the ability of their employees to work from home, now asking staff to work in corporate offices. These changes are focused on driving increased collaboration, creativity, mentoring and innovation, but may alienating top talent in the executive, managerial and professional labor market – a sector that has been candidate-driven[…]

Employment Summary for June 2017

The June Employment Situation released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that the U.S. economy added 222,000 jobs. This far exceeded analysts’ expectations of just over 170,000 jobs. The current unemployment rate is 4.4 percent. Healthcare added 37,000 jobs, with 25,000 of these roles increasing in ambulatory healthcare services, and 12,000 in hospitals. Despite[…]

The Recruiter’s View: Top Hiring Insights of 2017

According to a June New York Times article, “We may be closer to full employment than it seemed.” Based on the May jobs report, the source asserts the possibility that this is as good as it will get for the United States labor market. Why? Slowed job growth with 121,000 new positions as the three-month[…]

Employment Summary for May 2017

The U.S. added 138,000 jobs in May as the unemployment rate edged down from 4.4 percent in April to settle at 4.3 percent, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The rate is currently at its lowest level in 16 years, Bloomberg noted. However, the number of jobs gained fell short of[…]

Retain Your Clients By Retaining Your Employees

Suppose you have a client who deals with a specific representative within your organization on a regular basis. Then that client starts to see multiple employees being funneled through that position. Every time the client contacts you, they’re dealing with a new person. What does this say to your client about your company? Countless negative[…]