En Personnel Education Foundation
[Survey Report] Comparative Survey of Workplace Environments Before and After Work Style Reform Laws Enforcement
After the enactment of work-style reform related laws, the culture of “yuru black companies” has increased
En Human Resources Education Foundation (Location: 6-5-1
Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Representative Director: Michikatsu Ochi), which conducts career support projects for young job seekers and awards projects for companies (organizations) where young people can grow, , conducted a survey on changes in the workplace climate before and after the 2019 implementation of the Work Style Reform Law, targeting working adults who work for companies with more than 100 employees and have no experience of changing jobs.
Survey period: August 5, 2022 (Friday) to August 8, 2022 (Monday) Purpose: To clarify changes in ease of work and job satisfaction before and after the enforcement of work style reform related laws Survey target: University graduates who work for companies with 100 or more employees, working adults with no job change experience Survey method: Internet survey
Number of valid responses: 531
Starting in 2019, when work-style reform-related laws were enacted, we conducted a survey of working adults who have never changed jobs in order to investigate how the corporate culture has changed from the perspective of job satisfaction and ease of work. I was. Among those aged 26 and over who joined the company before 2019 (before the enforcement of the Work Style Reform Act) (university graduates and no experience of changing jobs), the current climate compared to the first year is the “young white company” climate shown in the figure below (hard but rewarding work). ) decreased from 42.2% to 33.3%. On the other hand, for working adults under the age of 25 (university graduates, no experience of changing jobs) who joined the company after the enforcement of the Work Style Reform Act, there was not as much change as the data for those aged 26 and over between the first year and the present.
Although it is difficult to generalize because of the impact of COVID-19 and differences in length of service, it is thought that the work style reform law has become more comfortable even within the same company.
On the other hand, there is a tendency for job satisfaction to decline. It can be said that there is a need to create a culture that not only makes it easier to work, but also makes it more rewarding to work.
*The figures in the graph may not add up to 100% due to rounding. *When citing this survey, please indicate the source as “en Human Resource Education Foundation”.
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The en Human Resource Education Foundation is a foundation that conducts activities aimed at supporting people who wish to work and those who aim to grow through work. We aim to foster people and organizations who take on the challenge of solving social issues through their work. Currently, we have the “CSA Award” that recognizes companies that create “next-generation human resources” that we want to recommend to people in their 20s, “Empower Certification” that certifies companies with a growth environment in their 20s, and “en Career Creation Lab.”, a career support program for university students. Expanding.
Through our business, we want many young people to have the desire to make society better. And we believe that working hard to realize their dreams and growing themselves will improve their humanity, which in turn will lead to the creation of a better society. In the field of employment and career development of young human resources, we believe that it is our important mission to face the challenges that cannot be solved by business.
Name: en human resource education foundation
Location: 4-4 Funamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Office: Shinjuku Island Tower 35th floor, 6-5-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Date of establishment: August 31, 2011
Chairman: Michikatsu Ochi (Chairman of the board of en-japan inc.) Purpose of activity: Employment support for those who wish to work Business description:
1. Holding symposiums and seminars on employment
2. Implementation of survey research on employment and publication of survey research results
3. Employment support and guidance
Four. Publication of a book on employment support
Five. Securities investment business
6. Business necessary to achieve other purposes
Basic assets: 3,060,000 shares of en Japan Co., Ltd. 130 million yen in cash Foundation URL: https://en-hec.or.jp/
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