Economic news for Friday, December 24, 2021
49% of Ghanaians said they are likely to leave their current employer within the next 6 months, 13% say they have no plans to leave their employer while 38% of Ghanaian employees say they are not sure whether to leave or stay with their current employer.
This was revealed in a recent employee satisfaction survey conducted by Jobberman Ghana, Ghana’s leading online recruitment and human resources company.
âBased on the research we conducted for this Employee Satisfaction Report, it was revealed that various key traits contribute to the decisions and choices of employees across various industries in Ghana. Considering what an ideal business for the ordinary Ghanaian employee is, strong and relevant corporate values ââand goals were ranked as the most important external trait, while a company’s financial stability was ranked as the most intrinsic trait that employees surveyed in Ghana want, âsaid Hilda Nimo-Tieku – Sales Manager at Jobberman Ghana.
The report states that most employees in Ghana are neutral about their level of happiness and have a high risk of absconding, but would recommend their current employer.
Responses also showed that Ghanaian employees do not see remote working as one of the traits they look for in their current employer or even their future employer.
Jobberman Ghana Employee Satisfaction Report presents Ghanaian employee satisfaction and explores themes around external and intrinsic characteristics, employee happiness, risk of absconding, employer advocacy, job satisfaction and explores information based on age, gender, location, job level and work experience. for a demographic overview. The report serves as a call to action for employers to assess the fundamental factors that drive current and future employee satisfaction.
âThe Employee Satisfaction Report has provided crucial market information that can be used as a guideline for employers to prioritize employee satisfaction in the workplace and improve productivity and overall organizational success at the workplace. long term, âadded Nimo-Tieku.