Delhiites top job changers: A survey
A survey of Mafoi regarding manpower mobility for 2010 has found that the employees' in India are ready to change jobs in next six months. And Delhiites topped the list of job changers as compared to other metros.
It has been found by the mobility index on people working at various levels of management that people in the age group between 18 and 24 and senior people in the age group between 55 and 64 changed their jobs vigorously in 2010.
The attrition of senior management in corporate enterprises shows instability which in turn affects their organizational growth. Disengagement has now resulted from junior level exodus and replacement. It has been recommended by the survey that employer need to reach out to this segment of workers.
Delhiites and Chennai workers are at par with each other in expressing their sentiments. They want improvement of primary working conditions in 2011. They are also expecting expansion in their employment benefits in the present year.
There is high mobility both in government and private sector with continuous churning of temporary positions. Those possessing moderate level of education try to look for secure and comfortable positions.
When comparisons were made between the countries, the survey found that Indians remain happier with current positions than the Chinese who remain unhappy with their organization. Most of the Indian are satisfied with their working conditions and expect a promotion as a reward for their loyalty and involvement in work. Churn is loved more by the Indians than the Chinese.
Source: Silicon India