Nearly XNUMX% of white-collar workers say they want to change jobs in Beijing without a year-end bonus-Australia
Source: Dahe Net|
Recently, white-collar workers are concerned about what and how much year-end bonuses are distributed. On January 1th, the 15 annual white-collar year-end award survey report released by Zhaolian Recruitment website showed that white-collar workers' satisfaction with year-end awards is generally low. More than 2013% of the interviewed white-collar workers said that the year-end bonus was not more than 5000 yuan. Nearly XNUMX% of white-collar workers said they would regard the year-end bonus as an important factor in whether to change jobs.
Most white-collar year-end bonuses are less than 5000
The white-collar year-end bonus survey launched by Zhaolian Recruitment website this time received a total of 10043 valid questionnaires. Only 46.47% of the white-collar workers who participated in the survey have received year-end awards. It is estimated that 39.26% of white-collar workers will receive a year-end bonus in the form of "cash + physical" combination, and 15.32% of white-collar workers will only have a year-end bonus in physical form.
Nearly XNUMX% of the people participated in the year-end awards in kind. Most people feel that the price of the year-end awards in kind is too low, and they are suspected of being cheating. These objects come in various forms, some are foods whose expiry date is about to expire, and others are a pile of items such as postcards with the head of the business owner and signature.
Many employees who received cash year-end bonuses were also dissatisfied. The survey shows that more than 1.75% of white-collar workers said that the year-end bonus is less than 5 yuan, and their satisfaction is only 1000 points (5000 points out of full score). Year-end bonuses are concentrated in white-collar workers with RMB 32.64 to RMB XNUMX, accounting for XNUMX%. The number of white-collar workers who can receive more than XNUMX yuan of "fullness" awards is less than XNUMX% of the total number of respondents.
Guangzhou ranks first in satisfaction
The 28 cities that participated in the survey all had satisfaction levels below 2.5, while Guangzhou became the “tall among the short”, ranking first with a score of 2.47; the most unsatisfactory city was Beijing, and the overall satisfaction of local white-collar workers was only It is 1.34 points.
In terms of positions, the purchasing department had the highest satisfaction, reaching 2.43 points, followed by the sales department, reaching 2.19 points. The departments with the lowest satisfaction were the customer service department (1.15 points) and the operation department (0.93 points). White-collar workers' dissatisfaction with year-end bonuses is mostly concentrated on the uneven distribution of year-end bonuses, the small amount of money, and the slow speed of distribution.
No year-end bonus, XNUMX% of white-collar workers want to change jobs
Regarding "Will you choose to quit because of your year-end bonus income", nearly 11.79% of white-collar workers clearly stated that they "will", and only XNUMX% of white-collar workers said that job-hopping is not affected by the year-end bonus. The survey results fully show that the year-end bonus is indeed an important factor for white-collar workers to decide to stay.
Zhilian human resources experts said that this phenomenon reflects to a certain extent that the distribution of company year-end bonuses in previous years is quite different from the imagination of white-collar workers, and it also reflects the high expectations of white-collar workers for year-end bonuses. "The high expectations are firstly because most white-collar workers are dissatisfied with the current salary and benefits and expect to make up for it through year-end bonuses. Secondly, it is also related to the close integration of the year-end bonus issue time with traditional Chinese festivals."