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Welcome to SSR® Personnel

SSR® Personnel is the largest Recruitment Consultancy & Executive Search practice dedicated to the Security, Fire, Health and Safety sectors, both by revenues and consultants.  Established in 1986, we offer the strongest guarantees of success.

SSR® has been voted the global Security Recruitment Consultancy of the Year. The Award was presented to "the recruitment consultancy that has demonstrated the highest levels of professionalism in dealing with client organisations and potential appointees for security-specific roles across all of the major business sectors”. Judges were unanimous in their praise for the leading position that SSR® holds in such a diverse global sector.

SSR® has a global presence with our new office in the UAE joining our established operations in Asia, Africa, Europe, Mexico and the USA. We are quality accredited to ISO 9001:2008. Our services incorporate talent scanning, retained search, interim hire, permanent and temporary assignments.

SSR®  have consultants dedicated in disciplines and geographical understanding recruiting in Africa, Americas, Asia, China, Europe, India, Middle East & Russia. We provide a global recruitment network for the attraction and retention of talent that will make an impact in your company today.

Typical positions recruited include Corporate Security Management, Cyber Security, Security & Fire Systems Product Sales, Retail and Loss Prevention, Engineering & Project Management, Investigations, Audit, Compliance, Health and Safety.


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Challenging times for retaining staff

Annually SSR Personnel undertakes a global salary surveys measuring remuneration data across all roles in the security technology sector. Here CEO Peter French talks to PSI about the latest results and what they mean for security installers and employers.

The survey primarily looks at skills development and migrating people from one sector to another. Five years ago London and the South East outpaced national wage inflation by 25% but a requirement to up skill due to changing technology and lack of qualified experienced people is leading to a people shortage. Also with a decreasing pay gap between the north and the south and property prices in many of our metropolitan cities climbing above their pre-financial crises levels for the first time, there is pressure on most companies to increase pay rates for experienced employees. This is causing localised wage inflation as we seek quality people in sales and technical roles.

The 2016 Salary Survey - Middle East

The SSR & Executive Profiles global salary, reviews more than 4000 security professionals (nationals and expatriate) with data gathered from the finance sector, manufacturing, extractives FMCG and logistics. In 2016 the predicted salary increase for top management roles in the Middle East by Towers Watson will be on the average 4.5 per cent with increases in Jordan and Lebanon of over 7 per cent. In many countries this will lead to wage inflation as the cost of living increases in the region are predicted to be from 1.8 per cent in Oman and up to 3.5 per cent in KSA. We are also seeing a reduction or zero inflation in the cost of accommodation, reducing a major cost for most people. The first two months of 2016 saw rental prices in Dubai drop by 1.65 per cent and by 10 per cent from the same period the previous year.

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Addressing your CEO’s sleepless nights

What has free thinking and entrepreneurship to do with security?

Plenty if you work in security and risk management for the right company, where it is aligned to a centralised advisory structure.

What has terrorism to do with the corporation? Very little today, unless it causes collateral damage. But in the future, corporations could be culpable for allowing company assets to be used to aid terrorists under new legislation being explored by the government. There is a failure by some organisations to understand the array of geopolitical risks they face. Or, an overreaction to compliance is seen in the three lines of defence model implemented by some financial organisations, with a belief that defence in depth will mitigate most challenges.

Wage Diversity in 2016

The SSR and Executive Profiles annual global salary survey, collects data from more than 4000 security professionals (nationals and expatriates) from the finance, manufacturing, extractives, FMCG, retail and logistics sectors, write Peter French MBE CPP, pictured, and Andrew Hudson.

In 2016 the predicted salary increase for top management roles in the Middle East will be on average 4.5 per cent; this will be above inflation as accommodation costs have reduce dramatically in the region. In our European salary survey earlier in the year we highlighted that wages inflation would average 2.2 per cent and be broadly spread across all member countries, but the real beneficiaries would be those workers entering the service sector in Germany and the UK from the low cost states of Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary. There is a big push from agencies recruiting excellent English and German speaking workers from these countries.

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