Interesting to see that after salary and working hours (no surprises there!), 50% of people said Personal Interest/Enjoyment was the third most important factor when choosing a new job. How many employers spend the time ensuring that their recruitment process brings to life the culture and personality of their organisation? It's such an important factor to ensure you attract and retain staff that are aligned to your values and behaviours.
National Work Life Week: What do Brits Want Most Out of their Careers? 1st October 2018 National Work Life Week encourages companies to think about their employees’ wellbeing and new research has asked British workers about the things they most want from work. The YouGov survey found that while money is predictably the biggest motivator behind career choice (64%), over half cited working hours as an important factor (55%). With people striving for a healthy work-life balance, workers are looking for employment that fits in around their lifestyle. It is also encouraging to see ‘enjoyment’ listed as the joint third most considered aspect during the job search process. The top 10 most important factors when choosing a new job are: Salary: 64% Working hours: 55% Location: 50% =. Personal interest / enjoyment: 50%