Every fifth Russian admitted the desire to change jobs

Every fifth Russian admitted the desire to change jobs

Most working Russians are unhappy with the current place of employment, but only 20 percent of respondents intend to change employer.

This is evidenced by the results of a survey of the National Agency for financial studies.

The result of the study was calculated index of the eNPS (Employee Net Promoter Score), which was minus 47 points. This figure is the difference between the two groups of “supporters” and “critics” — depending on their intentions to recommend the workplace to friends and acquaintances.

Nearly 60 percent of respondents do not plan to change jobs. Representatives of working professions (23%) and young people aged 18-24 years (37%) most often consider change of a workplace.

“Managers need to take into account the possibility of insincerity employees, and declaring their loyalty”, — commented the results of the head of Department of HR-studies Lyudmila Spiridonova. According to her, the respondents motivated by fear to remain without work.

A nationwide survey of employed people was conducted in October 2016. It was dedicated to the assessment of loyalty of employees against employers. The study involved 1,600 people in 42 regions of Russia.