What is your switchboard really costing you?
Input your data (or use national averages) to find out exactly how much.
How many switchboard operators do you employ?
Enter any part-time staff as a fraction e.g. 2.5.
What is the base salary of your switchboard operators?
According to Totaljobs, the average salary for a London-based receptionist is £23,000.
0% for the first £8268 of earnings, 13.8% applied thereafter.
How much do you contribute to their pension?
According to AON's Benefits and Trends survey, the average employer contribution is 5.6%. For most employers the statutory minimum is 3%.
How much are other benefits worth?
According to HMRC statistics, the average value of taxable benefits is 8.6% of salary. For example, health insurance, subsidised lunches, gym memberships, loyalty reward programmes.
How much time do you spend per person on training and management per week?
A 2014 study by Leadership IQ found that the optimal amount of time to spend interacting with one's leader is 6 hours.
What % spend recruiting a switchboard operator?
Costs usually range from 15% for an in-house solution to 30% for agency-led. Consider the total cost, including agency fee, advertising, temporary cover, and HR costs.
How much do spend on infrastructure to support each operator per year?
The IPD Blue Chip Office Index put the average total cost of office space and equipment per occupant at £4,800.
Your switchboard costs...
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