New Year's expectations of employees - a third of people in Lithuania plan to change jobs
Last year, ANCOR conducted a survey to find out from its social network followers what their career expectations are for the coming year. The survey revealed that as many as a third of respondents plan for 2022. A smaller majority of respondents indicated a desire to receive a higher salary in their current workplace, while the vast majority of respondents similarly turned to intangibles, began to value their personal time with family and relatives, and a better balance between personal life and work. % of the higher salary, and some mentioned that the level of the salary is not an essential happiness factor for them at all.
"The results of the survey reflect the global trends of the past year - in some sectors, the difficulties caused by the pandemic have forced many people to either leave or change jobs. The declining unemployment rate shows that while the economic situation is currently stabilizing, the longer-than-expected duration of the pandemic and the emergence of new labor organization standards around the world have changed job expectations, leading to the highest turnover in workers since 2008. crisis. Global research has shown that now 2 out of 5 employees prefer mixed or telecommuting, and the company’s financial stability has become no. 1 priority when looking for a job. These may be the reasons why more than a third of people currently in work are planning to change their current job and, as we see globally, there will be significant change in 2022 as well. the trend will continue. - notes Aušra Bendikaitė, General Manager of ANCOR Baltic.
You can read full article about the survey results here.