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If I were to give a score to new employees these days, I would give it a score of 70.4. Survey of working women about what they think is better than when they were new graduates: “communication skills” and “high motivation” / “type of job change

Career Design Center Co., Ltd.
If I were to give a score to new employees these days, I would give it a score of 70.4. Survey of working women on what they think are better than when they were new graduates: “communication skills” and “high motivation” / “type of job change for women” [No. 85]
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“Women’s Career Change Type,” a job change website specializing in job changes for women, operated by Career Design Center Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo, President and Chairman: Hiromichi Tada), targets 361 working women. We conducted a survey regarding new employees.
“Women’s Career Change Type”, a job change site for women who want to work as full-time employees for a long time, regularly conducts surveys on women’s real view of work [Learning about women and work through data], and reports on the actual state of women’s working environments. is published.
▼For more information, please click here.
https://woman-type.jp/academia/discover-career/data/vol-85/
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■Excerpt from survey results
★If you were to give a score to a modern new employee, it would be 70.4 points. ★Many people rate new employees more highly than they did when they were new graduates.
★The reasons why “Today’s new employees are me” are “communication skills” and “high motivation”
★The reason why I am the new employee today is my level of
understanding of business etiquette
★About 90% of people said that working with new employees was “positive for them”
★When a new employee joins, one thing I worry about is whether or not I will be able to instruct them well.
[Q.1 Have any new employees joined your workplace within the last three years? ]
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46.3% of respondents said that a new employee had joined their workplace within the past three years, while 53.7% had not.
[Q.2 If you were to give new employees points in their first year, how many points would you give them? ]
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*Scoring conditions: 70 points is a passing score
When we asked those who answered “I joined the company” in Q.1 about the score of new employees these days, the most common answer was “70-89 points” at 52.1%, followed by “50-69 points” at 26.9%. The average score was 70.4 points. 67.1% scored 70 points or above, which is the passing line, indicating that many people view new employees positively.
[Q.3 If you were to give a score to your first year as a new graduate, how many points would you give? ]
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*Scoring conditions: 70 points is a passing score
When I asked my own first-year scores as a new employee, the most common answer was “50-69 points” at 38.8%, followed closely by “70-89 points” at 37.7%. Compared to the scores of modern new employees asked in Q.2, the average score is about 12 points lower, and the percentage of people who scored 70 points or higher, which is the passing line, was 41.9%. There were many results.
[Q.4 Q.2 and Q.3, what are the factors behind the difference in points? ] We asked people who had a difference in scores between Q.2 and Q.3 about the reasons behind this.
Factors behind people who rate “Modern New Employees – Me”
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*Multiple answers possible
It turns out that people who give new employees higher scores than they did when they were new employees rate their “communication skills” and “high motivation” highly.
Among those who selected “Other,” the following comments were made: Incorporating company training and prior expertise. (30s/Service/Sales/Chiba) I’m calm and don’t panic. (50s/Administration/Accounting/Human Resources/Kanagawa)
Factors behind people who rate “Modern New Employees – Me”
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*Multiple answers possible
On the other hand, people who give modern new employees lower scores than they did when they first graduated, have lower scores for “understanding of business etiquette” and “understanding (ability to understand the relationship between oneself, other companies, and things).” I understand that you are giving a low rating.
Among those who selected “Other,” the following comments were made: Because they are suddenly given OJT without being taught how to deal with work, they tend to be responsible for others and are too passive. (30s/Sales/Okinawa)
Don’t do anything extra. (20s/Creative/Chiba)
How to treat your seniors. (30s/Sales/Gifu)
[Q.5 Have you experienced any positive effects from working with new employees? ]
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*Multiple answers possible
*Excludes those who have never worked with new employees.
We asked people who have worked with new employees what they found positive. Only 8.2% of people answered that they had never experienced a positive result, and approximately 90% of them believed that it had become positive. Looking at the breakdown, the most common answer was “I can deepen my understanding of my work through teaching” (61.2%), followed by “I can experience new values” (58.2%).
[Q.6 What do you feel anxious about when a new employee joins your workplace? ]
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*Multiple answers possible
*If you are currently unemployed, please answer at your most recent workplace. When we asked new employees what they felt anxious about when they joined the workplace, the most common answer was “Will I be able to instruct them well?” at 58.4%, followed by “Will they find the work enjoyable?” at 41.0%. . On the other hand, only 11.6% of respondents said they did not feel anxious, indicating that most people feel some kind of anxiety.
[Q.7 How highly would you recommend your workplace to new graduates (students)? ]
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*If you are currently unemployed, please answer at your most recent workplace. When we asked new graduates how much they would recommend their workplace, a total of 31.0% answered “strongly recommend” or “somewhat recommend,” while 31.0% answered “strongly recommend” or “somewhat recommend.” A total of 64.6% of those who answered “No,” found that there were many who would not recommend it.
[Q.8 Why can’t you recommend your workplace? ]
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*Multiple answers possible
When we asked the people who answered “I would not recommend their workplace at all” or “I would not recommend it very much” in Q.7 about their reasons, the 1st place was “low salary” (53.6%), and the 2nd place was “poor interpersonal relationships”. 38.2%, and 3rd place was “poor management” at 35.6%.
Among those who selected “Other,” the following comments were made: The president is forced to provide on-site guidance. (30s/Service/Sales/Chiba) As a new graduate, it’s best to work for a company that provides thorough training on how to approach the job. (30s/Sales/Okinawa) Many people suffer from mental illness, and half of new graduates quit within the year. (20s/Sales/Aichi)
▼For more information, please click here.
https://woman-type.jp/academia/discover-career/data/vol-85/
*The survey data (graph) is rounded off to the second decimal place, so the total may not add up to 100.
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Women’s Career Change Type Editor-in-Chief Kayoko Kobayashi
When we asked female career change type members to evaluate new graduate employees who joined the company within the past three years, the average score was 70.4 points, which is above the passing line (70 points). In a similar survey conducted in 2021
(https://woman-type.jp/academia/discover-career/data/vol-22/), the average score for new employees was 69.0 points. People always make fun of young people these days, but when you quantify it, you can see that many people have positive evaluations of new employees. What is interesting is that while about 90% of people feel anxious about new employees joining the company, there are also people who feel that working with new employees is “positive for their own career.” This is about 90% of the time.
While the presence of new employees tends to increase the burden on existing employees due to the workload and generation gap, trial and error in such an environment revitalizes the organization, improves management skills, and increases understanding of one’s own work. You can see that this is also connected. I’m sure some workplaces will soon have new employees joining the company in April, and it would be nice if they could be viewed positively as “new employees bring new values ​​to the organization and to themselves.”
■Survey content: No. 85 “What do new employees like these days?” / Learn about “women and work” through data
・Survey period: March 1st to March 14th, 2024
・Number of valid responses: 361 people
・Survey target: Women: Female career change type members
・Survey method: Online questionnaire
■List of “women and work” based on data
We regularly conduct surveys regarding the environment and issues surrounding working women, and you can view the various survey results.
https://woman-type.jp/academia/discover-career/data/
■What is “job change type for women”?
This is a job change site for women who want to work as full-time employees for a long time. We post many jobs that are popular among women, such as jobs that allow you to become a full-time employee without any experience, jobs that require less overtime so that you can enjoy your private life, and jobs that allow you to balance work and childcare. With the extensive matching function, it is easy to find a job that suits you.
https://woman-type.jp/
■Career Design Center Co., Ltd. Company Profile
Representative: Hiromichi Tada, Representative Director, President and Chairman Head office location: Akasaka Long Beach Building, 3-21-20 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
Capital: 558.66 million yen
Established: July 8, 1993
Number of employees: 783 (as of September 30, 2023)
Business details:
1. Management of specialized career change information sites “type” and “women’s career change type”
2. Holding a job change fair
3. Recruitment business (Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare permission 13-U-040429)
4. “type job hunting” service that supports high-quality job hunting with information magazines, events, information sites, and human resource introductions
5. Outsourcing business such as pamphlets, novelty recruitment, website creation, etc.
6. “Type IT Dispatch”, a staffing service specializing in the IT industry (Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare permission 13-315344) 7. Planning, editing and management of web magazines “Engineer type”, “Woman type” and “20’s type”
We provide comprehensive solution services that support corporate recruitment activities, such as
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