The latest Kelly Global Workforce Index by Kelly Services, which questioned 3,500 workers across the UK, revealed that only half of workers class themselves as committed to their current job, while a third would not voice their potential plans to leave.
According to the survey, only 35 per cent of employees feel valued by their employer or gain a real sense of purpose from their work, with the majority citing an inability to excel or develop as a reason for this.
Andrew Cook, general manager UK and Ireland at Kelly Services, said that workers have experienced unprecedented economic turmoil and as a result are "seriously questioning" their career goals and looking for new opportunities.
"Unless employees feel engaged in meaningful work and offered ongoing opportunities for growth, many believe it is in their best interest to keep their careers in a perpetual state of motion," he added.
Aaron Wallis are a Milton Keynes Sales Recruitment agency with a unique service offering that includes 12 months rebate. Psychometric profiling and online skills testing are also included within a fixed recruitment price.
Posted by John Oak
Source: The Sales Director News