Data published in the latest Hays Career Outlook Survey, undertaken in November and December, shows that although those working in the public sector are defensive of their pensions, the pull of the private sector and its perceived higher job security is attractive to 52 per cent of staff.
Overall, almost two-thirds of public sector workers say the sector is a worse place to work compared to before the recession, in comparison to just 40 per cent in the private sphere.
Andy Robling, public services director at Hays, said public sector employers are "clearly" worried about keeping and attracting the staff they need.
"The news that over half of workers in the public sector would consider trading in their pension for a career in the private sector underlines how keen they are to move. The private sector is clearly one step ahead of the public sector in terms of attracting and motivating talent," he added.
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Source: The Sales Executive News