Aidem Co., Ltd. September 2022 e-idem member survey on job search Influence of information on smoking in the workplace on the intention to apply, the highest number of “apply” is “no smoking on the premises” 83.7%

Aidem Co., Ltd.
[September 2022 e-idem member survey on job search] Influence of information on smoking at work place on intention to apply, 83.7% of “apply” is “completely non-smoking on the premises”

Aidem Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku / President: Ryo Kabayama), a comprehensive human resources information service, conducted a survey on job searches for members who applied for jobs through the general recruitment site “Eidem” in September 2022. was carried out, and we will present some excerpts of the results. Survey results
[Impact of the new coronavirus infection]
24.5% of people looking for a job due to the new coronavirus infection [Reason for applying for a job (if you want a full-time job)] 52.4% because it is the type of work they want, 47.6% because it is easy to commute from home, and 30.2% because the wages are high Result of 22.7 points higher for women than men
[Reason for applying for a job (if you want a part-time job)] 52.8% “because it is easy to commute from home”, 42.6% “because I can choose the number of hours and days I want to work”, 37.9% “because of my desired working hours”, women are more likely than men to “be able to work within the scope of their support.” ” is 17.1pt higher result [Smoking preference and information on smoking at work]
17.2% said they usually smoke, 27.2% said they used to smoke but quit, and 55.6% said they never smoked
Influence of information on smoking at work place on intention to apply, 83.7% of respondents answered “apply” for “no smoking on the premises.”
[Influence of information on smoking at work place on intention to apply] 98.2% of those who “smoked” said “outdoor smoking allowed”, 91.1% of those who “previously smoked but quit” said “no smoking on the premises”, and “no (originally) smoke”. People are 87.5% of “no smoking on the premises”
This news release is an excerpt from the full text of the survey, so if you would like the full text of the survey,
Please contact the Public Relations Office below, or download from the website below.
https://apj.aidem.co.jp/enquete/
Survey outline
Survey target: Members of the comprehensive recruitment site “eidem” who applied for jobs from “eidem” during the period from September 1 to September 30, 2022
Survey method: Internet survey
Investigator: IDEM Co., Ltd.
Survey period: September 2nd to October 5th, 2022
Valid responses: 331 people
Details of survey results (partial excerpt)
[Respondent profile]
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[Impact of the new coronavirus infection]
24.5% of people looking for a job due to the new coronavirus infection We asked people who applied for jobs whether the reason they were looking for a job this time was related to the “impact of the new coronavirus infection”.
Overall, 24.5% answered yes, and the percentage of those who were looking for a job due to the impact of the new coronavirus infection was about a quarter of the total. It was the lowest percentage since the survey.
Looking at whether or not there is an impact by desired employment type, it fell below 20% for “regular employees” to 19.0%.
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[Reason for applying for a job (if you want a full-time job)] 52.4% because it is the type of work they want, 47.6% because it is easy to commute from home, and 30.2% because the wages are high Result of 22.7 points higher for women than men
We asked those who applied for a job and wished to be employed as a full-time employee why they chose the job they applied for (multiple answers allowed). 52.4% of the respondents said that they wanted the job they wanted, followed by 47.6% that they could easily commute from home, and 30.2% that they received high wages.
Looking at the relationship with gender, 9.1 pts of “men” are more likely than “women” to “because there is no transfer” and “because they can choose a flexible work style without worrying about working hours or commuting time”, and “self It seems to support enlightenment and career development” increased by 6.3 points. It seems that they prefer a form that allows them to choose their working hours without taking time to travel. When it came to self-development, I was only choosing men. On the other hand, 22.7pts of “females” than “mens” answered “because it was an environment where it was easy to take holidays/vacations”, 16.3pts of “because the welfare package I wanted” was 16.3pts, and 16.3pts of “employment format conversion system”. (full-time employees ⇔ part-time workers, etc.)” increased by 16.1 points. In addition to the employment format conversion system, only women chose “Because the work environment (employees) has a good impression” (12.9%) and “Because the educational system such as training seems to be substantial” (6.5%). rice field.
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[Reason for applying for a job (if you want a part-time job)] 52.8% “because it is easy to commute from home”, 42.6% “because I can choose the number of hours and days I want to work”, 37.9% “because of my desired working hours”, women are more likely than men to “be able to work within the scope of their support.” ” is 17.1pt higher result We asked people who wanted part-time or part-time employment why they chose the job they applied for (multiple answers allowed). The most common response was “because it is easy to commute from home” at 52.8%, followed by “because I can choose my desired working hours and days” at 42.6%, and “because of my desired working hours” at 37.9%. Looking at the relationship with gender, there were no items where “male” was more than 5 points higher than “female”.
On the other hand, “because I can work within the scope of my support” was 17.1 points higher for “women” than for “men”, and “because of my desired job content” was 15.7 points higher. Monthly surveys show that the proportion of women who wish to work within the scope of their dependents greatly exceeds the proportion of men who choose to work, which is a major feature.
[Smoking preference and information on smoking at work]
17.2% said they usually smoke, 27.2% said they used to smoke but quit, and 55.6% said they never smoked
Influence of information on smoking at work place on intention to apply, 83.7% of respondents answered “apply” for “no smoking on the premises.”
People who applied for jobs were asked about their habitual smoking habits. 17.2% said they usually smoked, 27.2% said they used to smoke but quit, and 55.6% said they never smoked. Overall, about 80% do not seem to have a habit of smoking cigarettes at present.
In addition to smoking preferences, information on smoking cessation in the place of work may have an impact on whether or not applicants apply. At this time, it was assumed that other conditions of the applicants were met.
83.7% of respondents said that they would “apply”, followed by 75.8% that said “No smoking indoors (with smoking rooms)” and 75.2% that said “No smoking allowed outdoors.” In particular, 67.1% of
respondents intend to apply even if there is no description. Only 46.8% of respondents said they would apply for smoking, which was less than half.
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[Influence of information on smoking at work place on intention to apply] 98.2% of those who “smoked” said “outdoor smoking allowed”, 91.1% of those who “previously smoked but quit” said “no smoking on the premises”, and “no (originally) smoke”. People are 87.5% of “no smoking on the premises”
We examined whether there was a difference in the presence or absence of applications based on information on smoking at the place of employment for each of the categories of “smokers”, “previously smoked but quit”, and “(already) never smoked”.
Among those who “smoker”, 98.2% said “outdoor smoking allowed” was the most positive response to their application, followed by “indoor smoking (with smoking room)” and “smoking allowed” at 93.0%. On the other hand, because they usually smoke, the rate of “applying” decreased to 59.6% in the case of “no smoking on the premises.” In the case of those who “used to smoke but quit”, 91.1% of
respondents answered “No smoking on the premises”, followed by “No smoking indoors (with smoking rooms)” at 76.7%, and “Outdoor smoking allowed”. ” was 74.4%. On the other hand, 47.8% answered that smoking was allowed, which was less than 50%.
In the case of those who “(originally) do not smoke”, the most positive expression was “no smoking on the premises” at 87.5%, followed by “no smoking indoors (with smoking rooms)” at 70.1%, and “outdoor smoking allowed”. 68.5%. On the other hand, 32.1% answered that smoking was allowed, and it seems that about 70% of people avoid applying based on information about smoking alone. Also, even if such information is “not written”, about 40% will not apply.
The willingness to apply for “non-smokers” is lower than any of the percentages of “previously smokers but quit”. In recent years, some companies have stated in their job postings that they do not employ smokers, so there may be information they are looking for other than the expressions listed here.
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Comments from the person in charge of research and analysis
In September, 24.5% of people were looking for work due to the impact of coronavirus infections, the lowest ever. You can see that the impact of infectious diseases is steadily decreasing. In this survey, we asked about the smoking status of job seekers and smoking information at the workplace. Regarding measures against passive smoking in the workplace, it was found that there is a difference in willingness to apply depending on the response content. Non-smokers wished to be completely non-smoking on the premises, but the result exceeded 80%, which seems to be greatly reflected in their willingness to apply. You can understand what kind of intentions job seekers tend to have toward the company’s response. I’m glad if you can use it as a reference.
-Idem Co., Ltd. Company Profile-
Beginning with a newspaper insert in 1970, Aidem has aimed to realize a society in which the region can develop by connecting the excitement of “working” to people and the value of “human resources” to companies. Recruitment support that responds to the changing times, such as recruitment media such as the recruitment site “Eidem”, reverse recruitment type new graduate recruitment site “JOBRASS new graduates”, recruitment website construction service “Job Gear Solicitation”, and recruitment of new graduates and mid-career personnel. In addition, we conduct survey analysis and provide information that focuses on the labor and employment situation and social issues. IDEM will continue to develop human resources services that connect people and companies.
〒160-0022 1-4-10 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Telephone: 03-5269-8711 (main) https://www.aidem.co.jp
Details about this release:
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