2019-10-08 09:40:40 来源：HRoot 责任编辑：黄家军
MORE THAN HALF OF EMPLOYEES EXPRESS INTENT TO STAY IN CURRENT JOBS
(Sep.30, 2019, /staffingindustry.com/)In a shift, the percent of US employees who plan to stay with their current employers rose to 53% in the second quarter, according to research released this week by Gartner Inc. That represents a 10% increase from the first quarter and the first time that a majority of the US employees planned to remain in place.
“With this quarter-over-quarter increase in intent to stay, we are now seeing a shift as employees hunker down, indicating concerns around available job opportunities and potential weakness in the labor market,” said Brian Kropp, chief of research for the Gartner HR practice.
Gartner also found that only 12.5% of US workers indicated they were actively looking for another job in the second quarter, a drop from almost 25% in the first quarter. In comparison, the global average in the report for the second quarter was 20.2%.
The research comes from Gartner’s 2Q19 Global Talent Monitor report; the organization notes the data on workers staying with their current jobs reflects a change in perceptions and behaviors.
The findings are consistent with other workplace indicators, according to Gartner.