By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ TechnipFMC | Leading Global HR Analytics, Driving Business Growth
💡 Inflation and cost of living challenges have workers focused firmly on compensation in 2024 but HR Leaders are more divided on why employees leave…
🔥 Quarter of HR leaders believe that the talent situation is dire, and more than half agreeing the labor shortage is getting worse, some organizations are introducing new strategies to fill high-priority roles.
🚩 Most employees care more about emotional salary as long as they are able to meet their core needs.
People who see career equity at their company say they’re less likely to leave due to active job hunting.
Career equity is not just nice to have but it drives employee and business results, according to a new interesting research published by Achievers using data 📊 from 3,800 employees and 1,450 HR professionals in 4 countries.
✅ Gap between the reasons for leaving a company by employees and HR
Researchers have found that there is a huge gap between human resources and employees who are thinking about job hunt in 2024.
They found that employees think they will look for a job in 2024 for reasons of pay, career progression and work flexibility, but HR leaders think about career development, work flexibility and compensation.