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华德士:中国市场职场人士跳槽难度加大 more

  (2014年12月30日,/HRoot.com/)据中国日报报道,随着中国经济增长速度放缓,对于中国的职场人士而言,跳槽的好时代似乎已经走到了尽头。数据显示,2005年至2006年间,大量的跨国企业逐渐将目标转向中国市场,尤其是上海等一线城市,也因此对于人才的需求较为强劲与旺盛,就营造出跳槽就变得相对比较容易的景象。


  而华德士最新研究显示,这种旧的好时光已然一去不复反了。自2012年开始,雇主倾向于尽量不录用频繁跳槽的人,而且这种趋势在2013年表现的尤为明显。数据显示,华德士九成的客户并不会录用简历中有频繁跳槽迹象的人,甚至都不会对这类人员发出面试邀请。


  通常情况下,职场人士选择跳槽的基本原因有三个,首要的原因就是更高的薪水,在2005年跳槽能带来50%的薪资涨幅,但是这种时代已经过去。不仅如此,薪酬也不再是白领选择跳槽的主要原因。第二个原因是能够获得升迁,第三个原因是对于现在的雇主以及工作环境及制度表示不满。例如,与老板及同事相处不愉快,难以完成工作,压力及挑战大等。


  Robert Walters survey: job hopping becomes more difficult in China


  (Dec. 30, 2014,/HRoot.com/) Amid a slowdown in the country's economic growth, the good times for job hoppers might also be coming to an end according to Yang Xiaoxuan writing in the China Daily. Job hoppers are those who frequently change jobs in a two-year span.In 2005 and 2006, when China was expanding its market and a large number of multinational companies were moving their regional headquarters to first-tier Chinese cities like Shanghai and were in need of talent, job hoppers could easily find new jobs.


  But the good old days are gone, said Angel Lam, associate director of commerce and finance, human resources, supply chain and operation businesses of Robert Walters. Employers started to shun the job hoppers in 2012, and the trend became more apparent in 2013 and this year. About 90 percent of our clients will simply reject the candidate if they find traces indicating job hopping in the resumes. They wouldn't even give an interview


  There are basically three major reasons for people to change their jobs. The first one is for higher salaries. Candidates could easily see their salary increase by 50 percent back in 2005, but that time has also passed.Meanwhile, a salary increase is no longer the top reason for candidates to switch jobs.The second reason is for a better title. The third one, according to Lam, is that the candidate was unhappy about the organization he or she worked for. For example, the candidate was unhappy with a boss or peers, or was unable to complete the job as assigned, finding it too difficult.


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