Even ten-twenty years ago, the recruitment statistics showed that most office workers wanted to leave the workplace as soon as possible and rush home, to family, or somewhere to meet friends.
Today, in the era of team building and competing for talents, everything is different, even in the context of the pandemic. With this sharp change in the work format, following the recruiting agencies’ experience, modern companies’ employees tend to spend more time socializing with colleagues.
The concerns of companies’ management have also changed. Under human resources statistics, hiring talents and finding ways to keep them in the workplace is essential.
Let us look at what the statistics show.
Workplace culture statistics
Company culture statistics
The percentage equivalent to job satisfaction varies depending on the field of activity. To a large extent, this depends on the degree of work significance in the eyes of its doers.
On the whole, speaking about the world’s regional job satisfaction, Europe’s job satisfaction rating in obedience to a global index mentioned by Effectory International was 7.1 in 2021. In India, it equaled 7.9 in the same year. In North America – 7.7. In South America – 7.6. In Africa – 7.3. In the Pacific Region – 7.2. And in East and Southeast Asia, the index fell to 6.9, including Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Singapore.
Under the last three years' HR statistics:
Again, based on the last years' recruitment statistics:
The tendencies in the HR and recruiting statistics are pretty clear. Despite the recent pandemic and economic and political cataclysms, the overall job satisfaction in different world regions and spheres of business has increased. People are becoming more satisfied with the results of their work and their clients’ gratitude.
The company’s and workplace culture are becoming more and more significant factors when potential employees consider a company to apply for a job.
More and more job seekers are interested in job diversity and challenges.
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