What do employees value most in their career?

What do employees value most in their career?

When times are tough, employers need to look at factors beyond pay and reward to ensure their staff are content with their role.

However, a CV-Library survey of over 1,200 workers revealed that more than half (55.6%) of the nation are unhappy in their current position. What can firms do to attract and keep employees in such a climate?

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Comments (1)

  • John Knights
    John Knights
    Tue, 27 Feb 2018 12:57pm GMT
    This is good confirmation that making the effort to provide a good company culture (what we call a performance-enhancing culture) is so important. It is also worth noting the relative low importance of "Good workplace perks". While these are nice, too many organisations use "feel good" perks that are not directly related to work as an easy substitute for the effort of creating a great culture. And that is why so many people feel disengaged.

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