CareerWallet have recently published an extensive workplace survey to provide a true overview of working life in the UK and how the jobs market is being impacted by economic factors such as the cost-of-living crisis.
This report has highlighted that employees across the UK are being impacted by the cost-of-living crisis and over a third have admitted they will be looking to move jobs in the new year, this amounts to over 10 million employees in the UK. This is mainly driven by individuals searching for higher salaries as 37% of people admit their reason for wanting to leave is because they feel they are underpaid.
This survey also showed other reasons such as 23% contempt for colleagues, 20% due to negative culture and 18% disliking their line managers, all topping the list and creating a surge for new roles, with over 1.2 million jobs available during Aug-Oct, there will be plenty of new opportunities for individuals in the new year.
The results provided should be a concern for employers across the UK as a third of the workforce are unhappy in their current role and losing key employees can have major effects on businesses, especially as there is a vast skill shortage across many industries.
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