A third of ex-employees agree to return to the old job| 04.07.2019
45% of Russians received a proposal to return to the company from which you retired, a third of them agreed. In the study of service job Superjob was attended by 1,600 economically
active of Russians have experience.
To the question: “will you Agree to return to their former place of work if you do that?”, — 26% of employees answered in the affirmative. Women are more loyal to past work: 30%
back in the old company, among men, of those only 23%. The higher the income, the less the respondents are attracted by the prospect to go back to the old place: 33% of respondents with salary
up to 30000 rubles and 23% among people with income more than 80000 RUB.
Calling the decisive factors for the return, most have wages (53%). Promotions, change of leadership and prospects of development identified strong reasons to return
work on 6%.
According to Superjob 45% of Russians had been invited to return to their former place of work — 16% agreed, 29% refused.
Women are asked to go back more often: 48% vs. 43% among men. Among Russians to 34 years, most of those who refused to go back to my old place of work (33%).
The most popular reason why employees accept or reject an employer’s offer to return — wage.
Most of the staff accepted the offer to go back to my old place of work, saying that a decent salary is the main reason they returned to the company (27%). In the second place
interest in the work and good staff (8%). Work close to home and offer another post motivated to return for 6% of the respondents. Stability of company (4%), the improvement of working conditions and
recognition of leadership (3%) are also motivated by the former employees back to the company.
Employees who decline an offer to return, often denied to former employers because of the low salary (35%). 11% felt that a return to previous employment is a step back. Principle
adhere to to return about 9%. Among the reasons for the refusal of the respondents also had a change of residence and the availability of new and decent work (7%). Disagreements with the leadership stopped 5% of Russians.
Work schedule has not allowed back to their former company 4% of Russians.
Compared to similar research Superjob conducted in 2016, the number of employees wishing to return to the company from which you retired, slightly decreased: 30% 3 years ago and 26%
today, but the number of Russians receiving an offer to return to his former place of work has increased: 39% 3 years ago and 45% today.
If the offer is still enrolled, it is important to weigh the pros and cons to remember why she quit, and not to rush to make a decision immediately.
In turn, the employer will need to understand what could motivate the employee to return. Here to help results of poll Superjob, where the decisive factors for the return of salary and
promotion and development prospects.
Do not be afraid to hire a former employee. It is important for companies to go to success. And it is foolish to abandon the man who once helped this.
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