Studio Tale Co., Ltd.
83% of 439 people answered YES to a questionnaire asking, “Did you have any difficulties with interpersonal relationships at work after changing jobs?”
At Studio Tale Co., Ltd., we conducted a questionnaire survey of 439 people (228 women, 201 men, 10 others) who had changed jobs in the past to ask if they had any difficulties with interpersonal
relationships at work after changing jobs.
● Questionnaire about human relations at the workplace after changing jobs Target: 439 people who have changed jobs in the past (228 women, 201 men, 10 others)
Period: March 23, 2017 to December 31, 2022
Survey method: By our web questionnaire
Survey details: https://min-ten.com/opinion/opinion_362/
83% of the respondents answered “YES” to the questionnaire, “Have you ever had a difficult relationship after changing jobs?” (January 2023).
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● Results by age group
By age group, it was confirmed that the percentage of people in their 40s and 50s who answered “I had a hard time” increased.
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● Results by gender
There was no significant trend by gender, with more than 80% of respondents saying they had a hard time.
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●Trends confirmed from the content of comments
From the comments of those who answered that they had difficulties with human relationships, we were able to confirm the following three trends.
there are people who don’t fit
Being treated badly by multiple people around you
Not recognized or evaluated poorly by superiors
● Comments from people who answered “I don’t get along with some people” (partial excerpt)
“My boss was bullying a new employee so much that I was the target of bullying. Even if I didn’t make any mistakes, I was blamed.” (Female, 30s)
“The company was like a mass of power harassment.” (Female, 20s) “Woman can be an enemy no matter how good human relations and corporate culture are considered to be. Depending on the size of the company, there are a certain number of people who need attention.” (Female in her 40s)
“I’m having a hard time right now. I’m annoyed by the harsh way of speaking of an old lady!” (Female in her 40s)
“When I changed jobs as a manager, I was mean to a subordinate who was already there. It’s a good experience now.” (Female in her 30s) “It was a company where people couldn’t stay because of the power harassment of the chief of the workplace, who was very harsh on the way he spoke and behaved.” (Female in her 50s)
“It’s like taking a small mistake and taking the head of a demon. After that, the office immediately creates a flow that leads to mistakes and treats them as criminals. Following that, the attitude of the lower part of the office changed suddenly.” (Female in her 40s) ) ● Comments from people who responded that they were treated badly by multiple people around them (partial excerpt)
“It’s a small office, but I don’t get talked to, so I work quietly by myself.” (Male in his 40s)
“Even if I greeted them, it was natural for them to ignore me, and before I knew it, I was being abused.” (Female in her 40s)
“Some people in their late 30s who change jobs look at me with curiosity. Even the chick employees in their 20s are treated with a arrogant and arrogant attitude… I’m trying to put up with it, but it’s so hard that I get hives from stress. Clearly. My first company was good.Despair dominates my whole body as if I had thrown my life away.Be cautious about changing jobs.”(Male, 30s)
“For the first year after changing jobs, I wasn’t invited to meetings (bitter smile)” (Male in his 30s)
“Because I changed jobs to a closed workplace in the countryside, even after three years, I am still ignored by my senior employees and superiors.” (Female in her 40s)
● Comments from people who answered that they were not recognized or evaluated poorly by their superiors (partial excerpt)
“Ossan is not a newcomer, he is an immediate force. He understands the story in one go, and if he can’t act immediately, he will be treated as a nuisance.” (Male in his 40s)
“Recently, people are asking me, ‘Do you want to change your employment to a contract employee or a part-time employee instead of a regular employee?’ I don’t know why, but my personality is denied.” (Male, 20s)
“I underestimated it. I was overconfident in my abilities.” (Male in his 40s) “I will definitely be fired in 9 months. This is my second company. I don’t know what to do.” (Female in her 30s)
●What kind of trends did you see among those who answered that they did not have any difficulties with human relationships after changing jobs?
In the comments of those who said, “I didn’t have any trouble with human relationships after changing jobs,” they said, “It happened to be a good place to work,” and “There was someone I got along with.” Opinions that the situation was dealt with stood out.
“It went well once I gave up my career and vanity and respected them regardless of age.” (Female in her 40s)
“From the very beginning, I’ve made it clear that ‘the company is a place to go to work’ and ‘if it doesn’t interfere with my work, I won’t ask for more’.” (Male in his 40s)
“I was careful not to be intrusive, but to produce output that exceeded expectations.” (Male, 20s)
“I’m not a very good communicator, but I like to talk, so I can naturally build relationships. However, I think you need to understand (preparedness) that you may or may not get along.” (Male in his 40s) ●Summary
83% of respondents said that they had difficulties with interpersonal relationships at work after changing jobs. 4 out of 5 people who changed jobs feel difficulties and worries about human relations at the workplace after changing jobs
By age group, many people in their 40s and especially 50s answered that they had a hard time with interpersonal relationships at work after changing jobs.
From the comments of those who answered that they had a hard time with human relationships, they said, “There are people I don’t get along with,” “I am treated badly by multiple people around me,” and “I am not recognized or evaluated poorly by my boss.” was seen a lot In the comments of those who said, “I didn’t have any trouble with human relationships after changing jobs,” they said, “It happened to be a good place to work,” and “There was someone I got along with.” Opinions that the situation was dealt with stood out
From the results of the questionnaire, it can be confirmed that there are many cases where people suffer from interpersonal relationships at the new workplace after changing jobs.
On the other hand, it should be noted that many of the people who responded that they did not have any difficulties after changing jobs said that they dealt with the situation with the attitude of “first, accept the other person.” prize.
There are many career advisors who make a living by supporting job changes, and say, “The real job is to change jobs after you’ve decided on a workplace and joined the company.”
Ask yourself what you want in the new work environment at your new job, and in order to realize it, you will be required to make a certain amount of self-help effort.
The details of the survey results and the comments of the respondents are introduced on the following site. Please refer to it as well. https://min-ten.com/opinion/opinion_362/
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