2019 Haze Asia Global Human Resources Survey> Nearly 30% of workers who returned to Japan from overseas are dissatisfied with their work
Hayes Japan 2019 Haze Asia Global Human Resources Survey…………………………………………………………………………………………… Hayes Specialist Recruitment Japan Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Managing Director: Richard Ardley, hereinafter Hayes) has recently conducted a state-of-the-art survey on global human resources and studied abroad. It was revealed that nearly 30% of the people who returned to Japan for work or work are not satisfied with their current work.
[August 21, 2019]
The results of this survey were reported in the “2019 Haze Asia Global Human Resources Report”. The survey was conducted among job seekers and employers in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, and Singapore where Hayes operates, with 2185 respondents across Asia, including 182 in Japan. Answer. Among them, more than half (52%) of those returning to Japan from overseas cited “being close to their family” as the reason for their return. Other reasons include “Promotion and career improvement opportunities” (26%) and “To get a good job” (26%). Satisfaction with low work In addition, when asked if they were satisfied with their current job after returning to Japan, 29% responded that they were not satisfied at all, and that they answered that they were “somewhat satisfied” and “somewhat satisfied”. People were 26%. As for this result, Richard Ardley, Managing Director of Hayes Japan, stated: “Overseas returnees seem to be more attractive to companies that have introduced a personnel system that offers desirable treatment other than salary, such as the introduction of flex work and the enhancement of the benefits system.” “Even if you return to Japan from overseas or make a U-turn to your home country, career advancement is listed as the biggest reason. To manage overseas returnees well, your immediate boss has career development during the evaluation period. And a frank discussion about performance appraisals. ” Asian trends More than half (58%) of overseas returnees from Asia also cited living as a family as the biggest reason for their return. This percentage is the highest in Hong Kong (73%), while it remains at 45% in Singapore. Other reasons include “Promotion and career advancement” (34%) and “Culture and lifestyle in your home country / region” (32%). “To start up your own business” (12% ) Is the lowest percentage.
Target countries: Job seekers and employers in five countries and regions: China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore Number of surveys: 2185 in Asia, 182 in Japan Survey period: January to March 2019 You can download the survey report here. cloud.email.hays.com/JPLOSR?utm_source=PB&utm_medium=Website&utm_campaign=JPLOSR Hayes is a global recruitment expert who provides recruitment services for highly professional professionals. that’s all About Hayes Hayes (Headquarters: UK) is a specialist recruitment agency that provides global talent services. As of June 30, 2018, we provide high-skilled human resource services specialized in 20 specialized fields at 257 locations (total of 10,978 employees) in 34 countries and regions *. (* Japan, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland , Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States) About Hayes Specialist Recruitment Japan Co., Ltd. (Haze Japan) Established in Tokyo in 2001 as a Japanese corporation of Hayes, Hayes Japan is a foreign-affiliated recruitment agency with three domestic bases (Japan headquarters, Osaka branch, Yokohama branch). Familiarity with 17 specialties (accounting / finance, finance, finance technology, digital technology, marketing / digital, human resources, IT, insurance, legal, life sciences, office professionals, real estate, sales / marketing, supply chain, manufacturing) The experienced consultant provides four services: “full-time employee introduction”, “contract / temporary employee”, “recruitment outsourcing (RPO)”, and “IT solutions (outsourcing)”, to hire corporate personnel and improve individual careers. I am supporting.
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