Indeed:49%的印度员工将跳槽视为学习新技能的机会

  根据Indeed最近的一项调查显示,在印度,60%的员工都曾经跳槽过。


  调查发现,跳槽在印度求职者中已成为一种普遍趋势,这一趋势在千禧一代中更为明显,56%的受访者曾在短时间内至少跳槽过一次。


  接受调查的员工认为,16个月或更短时间的工作时间算作短期工作。


  研究还发现,与男性员工相比,女性员工在短期内跳槽的可能性更小。


  同时,56%的印度员工曾在短期内自愿离职;85%的受访者表示,无论他们在一个职位上工作了多长时间,他们都会将该职位添加到简历中。


  虽然跳槽并不是一个新鲜事,但印度的劳动力正处于基于项目的工作和合同制工作攀升的状况下,这促使人们更愿意转换角色。在短时间内离职的最常见原因是:工作没有达到预期(30%);工作环境不愉快(29%),或者在其他地方得到了一个更好的职位(38%)。


  在Indeed的调查中,49%的受访者将跳槽视为学习新技能的机会,超过43%的受访者表示跳槽可以帮助他们优化简历或找到更好的就业前景。


  在千禧一代中,男性的跳槽趋势似乎略高于女性,整体来看,47%的受访男性从未在短时间内自愿离职,而在千禧一代中,男性的这一比例为43%。


  Indeed印度执行董事Sashi Kumar表示:“千禧一代的劳动力队伍是一个有趣的群体,世界对他们的下一步行动总是充满好奇。近年来,许多研究都是为了更深入地了解他们在跳槽时想从雇主那里得到什么。”


  “就像这一代人重新定义消费主义一样,研究表明,工作场所成为了千禧一代消费的另一种商品:除非他们觉得这份工作值得他们花时间去做,或者是一个有意义的投入,否则他们会留意下一个更好的机会。雇主需要设法保留并继续吸引这些人才。”Sashi Kumar说。


  与求职者的态度相反,雇主仍然认为,频繁的工作流动表明候选人犹豫不决,缺乏忠诚。


  绝大多数(87%)接受调查的雇主表示,他们曾因为求职者有过短期工作的经历而选择不面试求职者。调查发现,69%在过去五年中换过两次工作的受访者表示,由于跳槽的经历,使得他们在适合的职位上被忽视了。


  尽管44%的受访者表示,他们过去从未跳槽过,但70%的受访者也表示,为了避免被视为“不稳定的跳槽者”,他们延长了自己希望跳槽的时间。


  INDIA – MAJORITY OF WORKERS HAVE JOB-HOPPED IN THE PAST, INDEED FINDS


  The majority, or 60%, of Indian workers have job-hopped in the past, according to a survey from job site Indeed.


  Indeed found that job-hopping has become a common trend amongst Indian job seekers with the trend more visible amongst the millennial workforce, with 56% of respondents having job-hopped in a short duration at least once.


  For the survey, workers surveyed considered a short period of employment to be 16 months or less.


  Indeed also found that women employees were less likely to hop jobs in the short term when compared to their male counterparts.


  Meanwhile, 56% of Indian workers have voluntarily left a role after only a short period of time, with 85% of respondents stating that they would add a job to their resume regardless of how long they had stayed in that role.


  While, the concept of job hopping is not a new one, the Indian workforce is seeing a climb in project-based work and contract work, which is fuelling a willingness to switch roles more readily. The most popular reasons for leaving a role in a short period of time were that: the job did not live up to expectations (30%); it was an unhappy work environment (29%), or they were offered a better role elsewhere (38%).


  Of Indeed’s survey, 49% of respondents saw job-hopping as an opportunity to learn new skills and over 43% stated job hopping could help boost their resume or identify greater job prospects.


  However, the trend seems to be slightly higher amongst millennial men than women wherein, 47% of the latter surveyed have never voluntarily left a role after a short period of time, as compared to 43% of the former.


  Sashi Kumar, Managing Director, Indeed India said, “The millennial workforce is an interesting cohort and the world is always curious about their next move. In recent years, many studies have been commissioned to get a deeper understanding of what they, with the reputation for job-hopping, are looking for in an employer.”


  “In the same way that the generation has redefined consumerism, studies indicate that the workplace is another commodity of consumption for the millennials: unless they feel the job is worth their while or are meaningfully engaged, they will look out for the next best opportunity. Employers need to devise ways in which they can retain and continue to attract this talent pool,” Kumar said.


  In contrast to the attitudes of job seekers, employers continue to believe that frequent job movements are indicative of indecisiveness in a candidate and demonstrate a lack of loyalty.


  A vast majority, or 87%, of employers surveyed stated that they had chosen not to interview a candidate in the past due to a history of short-term jobs. Indeed found that 69% of respondents who had changed jobs twice in the last five years stated they had been overlooked in roles they were qualified for, due to their history of job hopping.

 


  Although 44% of respondents stated they have never job-hopped in the past, 7 in 10 respondents also reported that they had stayed in roles longer than they wanted to in order to avoid being perceived as a job hopper.

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