A survey by DSJ Global found that 41% of global respondents admitted that they were unlikely to stay in their current positions within the next few months. They cite higher salaries and career progression as some of their reasons for leaving. 50% of respondents are confident in their job security.
DSJ has published these findings in its “DSJ Global Job Confidence Index 2020.” This report measures confidence in the supply chain labor market, including their confidence in holding and getting a job, their compensation and bonuses, and other market factors.
“In this climate, it can be difficult to grasp what current and potential employees are thinking and feeling. The Job Confidence Index provides some clarity and reveals that talent retention is a critical issue right now,” says Luis Rolim, Group Marketing Director at DSJ Global.
“The Covid-19 pandemic is clearing impacting how supply chain professionals are feeling about the job market – mostly bringing an expectation or acceptance that a move is more likely,” Steve Yendell, Chief Operating Officer at DSJ Global says. “We are here to help supply chain professionals and employers navigate this challenging and changeable market and make the best employment-related decisions.”
Key findings include:
- Respondents’ feelings about the current job market
- How respondents feel about the difficulty of finding a new job if necessary
- Job satisfaction amongst respondents
- How respondents view career progression opportunities
- Whether respondents were willing to move for a job
Download the DSJ Global Job Confidence Index 2020 here: https://bit.ly/2BXVtuZ