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Swedish employer branding expert Universum, surveyed 250,000 professionals in 55 markets and calculated the ranking based factors such as employee’s satisfaction at their current job, the likelihood of recommending their current employer and their stated sense of job loyalty.
“Under influence of increased talent competition, changing generational values and expectations, and a globalizing marketplace, companies will be facing the challenge to maintain their core strength and retain key talent, but balance this with increasing flexibility and finding core capabilities and talent out in the market“ – said Tom Verbeke Head of International HR at CommScope
Employee turnover is increasing. In 2018, 49 million more employees will leave their current employers than in 2012 – representing 192 million employees worldwide moving jobs, the report found.
The survey aims to establish benchmarks for employee happiness and help companies plan improvements accordingly.
“More and more companies are deploying analytics solutions to help predict retention and correlate factors such as compensation, travel schedule, manager and demographics to understand why certain people are less engaged than others”.
Here are the Top 10 countries for employees :
- Costa Rica
- South Africa
- Czech Republic