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EN JAPAN A survey of 4,300 “EN Career Tensho” users about “returning job change” – “EN Career Change ” user survey

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A survey of 4,300 users of “En Career Tensho” regarding their awareness of “returning job change” – “En Career Change” user survey
The top reason for returning to work and changing jobs was “I thought I could work immediately.” 48% of those who have returned from work and have no experience in changing jobs answered that they would consider “guaranteed salary and benefits.”
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En Japan Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, President and CEO: Koji Suzuki) operates “En Career Change”
(https://employment.com), one of Japan’s largest comprehensive recruitment sites with the highest overall satisfaction rating (*). en-japan.com/), we conducted a survey targeting users regarding “returning jobs and changing jobs” and received responses from 4,353 people. Below is an overview.
*1st place overall in the 2018-2024 Oricon Customer Satisfaction Survey “Job Change Site” ranking
(https://career.oricon.co.jp/rank-job-change/)
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Results Overview
★ The top reason for returning to work and changing jobs was “I thought I could work immediately.”
★ The number one reason for wanting to return and change jobs is “I feel like I can use my experience after changing jobs to give something back to my old company.”
★ 48% said they would consider returning to work and changing jobs if the salary and benefits were guaranteed.
Survey results details
1: The top reason for returning to work and changing jobs was “I thought I could work immediately.” (Figures 1-3)
When asked, “Have you ever returned to a company you left and changed jobs?”, 9% answered “Yes.” When asked about the reason for those who answered, “I have changed jobs after returning to work,” the most common response (35%) was “I was invited by my boss when I was employed.” By age group, there was an 18 point difference between those in their 20s and those in their 30s (20s: 28%, 30s: 46%). Next, when we asked those who answered “I have changed jobs after coming back” to give their reasons, top management answered “I thought I could work immediately” (35%), followed by “I felt familiar with the employees and culture and found it easy to work.” This was followed by “I thought so” (34%). The answer with the largest difference in points by age group was “I didn’t do well at my new job” (28%). 28% of those in their 20s compared to 8% of those in their 40s, a difference of 20 points. I will also write down the good things and difficult things about changing jobs.
[Figure 1] Have you ever “returned to a company where you left and changed jobs”?
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[Figure 2] We will ask those who answered, “I have returned from work and changed jobs.” Please tell me why you decided to return to work and change jobs. (Multiple answers possible/by age)
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[Figure 3] We will ask those who answered, “I have returned from work and changed jobs.” Please tell me why you decided to change jobs. (Multiple answers possible/by age)
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Q. Please tell us about any good points or difficulties you faced after changing jobs. ▼Answers to “good things” ・Because I understood the job content, I didn’t have to learn new work. (Male in his 20s) ・Easy to work as you are familiar with the basic system and work content. (Male in his 30s)
・Since I knew my family circumstances, I was able to make suggestions on how to work based on my circumstances. (Female in her 30s) ・I felt safe because I was surrounded by colleagues and superiors who knew me. (Female in her 40s)
▼Response to “Difficulties” ・There were a certain number of employees who were not happy about returning and were harassed. (Male in his 30s)
・The way I work has changed from before, and it took me some time to learn. (Male in his 30s)
・The staff has changed, and the atmosphere has changed since then. (Female in her 40s)
・When you couldn’t do something that was taken for granted. (Female in her 40s) 2: The number one reason for wanting to change jobs after returning to work is “I feel like I can use my experience after changing jobs to give something back to my former company.” (Figures 4-5)
When we asked those who answered “I have never returned to work and changed jobs” to “Do you want to return to work and change jobs?”, 13% answered “I think so” (3% strongly agree, 10% agree), and 13% answered “I don’t think so”. ” was answered by 61% (not at all: 26%, not at all at all: 35%). When we asked those who answered “I would like to return to work and change jobs” to give their reasons, the top three responses were “I feel like I can use my experience to give something back to my former company” (32%) and “I want to work with my former subordinates and colleagues.” “Because I want to work” (27%) and “I regret quitting my job due to family reasons” (25%). The answer with the largest difference by age group was “Because I have former subordinates or colleagues and I want to work with them” (27%). 39% of those in their 20s compared to 23% of those in their 30s, a difference of 16 points.
[Figure 4] We will ask those who answered “I have never returned from work and changed jobs.” Do you want to return to work and change jobs?
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[Figure 5] We will ask those who answered “I would like to return to work and change jobs.” Please tell me why you want to return to work and change jobs. (Multiple answers possible/by age)
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Q. Please tell me the details of why you want to return to work and change jobs. ▼Those who answered, “I feel like I can make use of my experience and give back to my former company.” ・You can make use of the perspective and skills that have been broadened by being in a different environment. (Female in her 20s)
・I think that the experience and skills I gained at my new company are more in demand than before at my previous company. (Male in his 30s) ▼For those who answered, “I have former subordinates and co-workers, and I want to work with them.”I left the company on good terms, so I would like to work with my former boss and the atmosphere from that time again. (Female in her 20s)
・I have worked for several companies, and I feel that interpersonal relationships are the most important thing when working. (Male in his 30s)
▼Those who answered, “I regret quitting my job due to family reasons, etc.” ・I quit my job due to poor health, but I enjoyed my job so much that I sometimes want to come back and contribute to the company this time. (Female in her 30s)
・It was an unavoidable resignation due to moving. (Male in his 30s) 3: 48% would consider returning to work and changing jobs because the salary and benefits are guaranteed. (Figures 6-7)
When we asked those who answered, “I have never returned to work and changed jobs,” “Under what conditions/situations would you consider returning to work and changing jobs?” About half answered, “Salary, benefits, etc. are guaranteed.” 48%). I will also introduce comments. Next, when we asked those who answered, “I have never returned to work and changed jobs,” “Please tell me why you left a company where you did not want to return to work,” the top three responses were “salary and benefits” (36%). , “Human relations at work” (34%), and “Working hours, overtime, and working on holidays” (25%).
[Figure 6] We would like to ask people who have never returned from work and changed jobs. Under what conditions/situations would you consider returning and changing jobs?
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Q. Under what conditions/situations would you consider returning to work and changing jobs? Please tell us the details. ▼For those who answered that “salary and benefits are guaranteed” If there is a proper evaluation system and rewards are based on performance and contribution, you can return. (Female in her 30s)
・I would consider rejoining the company if the environment changes even slightly to make it easier to take vacations. (Male in his 40s) ▼Those who answered that they were invited by the president and other employees to whom they were indebted – Since they have already left the company, they are not sure whether they will be welcomed. (Female in her 40s)
・If I am invited by someone I am indebted to, I may consider returning and changing jobs. (Male in his 40s)
▼Those who answered, “I would not come back and change jobs under any circumstances.” – It is unlikely that you will return to a place where you had such a bad experience that you decided to quit. (Male in his 20s)
・I would think about it if I had resigned due to unavoidable circumstances, but basically I am resigning of my own free will, so there is no going back. (Female in her 30s)
[Figure 7] We would like to ask people who have never returned from work and changed jobs. Please tell me why you left the company you did not want to return to.
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[Survey overview] ■Survey method: Internet questionnaire ■Survey target: Users who use “en career change”
(https://employment.en-japan.com/) ■Survey period: May 29, 2024 to June 2024 24th ■Number of valid responses: 4,353 people
En Japan: “Welcome Back System” to rehire retired employees
https://corp.en-japan.com/newsrelease/2014/2641.html
Interviews with employees who returned to the company using the “Welcome Back System”
https://www.en-soku.com/business/10697
https://www.en-soku.com/business/28133
https://www.en-soku.com/business/27526
This is the standard. “En Career Change”, the job information site with the No. 1 overall satisfaction rate
https://employment.en-japan.com/
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It is one of the largest comprehensive recruitment sites in Japan, boasting over 10 million members. En representatives interview recruiting companies and honestly list the good and bad points. Furthermore, by providing multifaceted information such as reviews from current and former employees and comments from company
representatives, we support “encounters between people and
companies” without mismatches.
*1st place overall in the 2018-2024 Oricon Customer Satisfaction Survey “Job Change Site” Ranking
(https://career.oricon.co.jp/rank-job-change/)
Press release download
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◆Contact information regarding this matter
En Japan Co., Ltd.
Public Relations: Shimizu, Takada, Saito, Takada (Ryu), Kunishima TEL: 03-3342-6590
MAIL: en-press@en-japan.com
◆About En Japan Co., Ltd.
Company name: En Japan Co., Ltd.
URL: https://corp.en-japan.com/
Management site:
【Job Information】
En Career Change: https://employment.en-japan.com/
Enagent: https://enagent.com/
Middle job change: https://mid-tenshoku.com/
AMBI: https://en-ambi.com/
En dispatch: https://haken.en-japan.com/
En Women’s Work: https://women.en-japan.com/
Enbite: https://hb.en-japan.com/
Engage: https://en-gage.net/user/
[Support service after joining the company]
Encollege: http://en-college.en-japan.com/
HR OnBoard: https://on-board.io/
[Aptitude test/aptitude diagnosis]
Talent Analytics: https://talentanalytics.io/
[No.1 recruitment support tool in Japan in number of companies using it] engage: https://en-gage.net/
[Online reference check service]
ASHIATO: https://ashiatohr.com/
[Information site]
Lighthouse: https://en-hyouban.com/
Career Hack: http://careerhack.en-japan.com/
Human resources Mikata: https://partners.en-japan.com/
En Job Change Dictionary: https://employment.en-japan.com/tenshoku-daijiten/ ==============================
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