One in three consider changing jobs

The recession has caused a third of UK workers (33%) to consider changing jobs as they have not felt valued by their employer, according to new research from PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The recession has caused a third of UK workers (33%) to consider changing jobs as they have not felt valued by their employer, according to new research from PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The poll of around 950 workers also shows that of those respondents who said their employer had shown appreciation for them in the downturn, 41% said they had no plans to leave as a consequence of this loyalty, while only 23% claimed they would consider leaving regardless.    

Michael Rendell, partner and leader, HR services, PricewaterhouseCoopers, says: “As the long-term impact of people management decisions taken during the downturn begins to be felt, the winners and losers of the war for talent are starting to reveal themselves - with those who continued to focus on investment and employee engagement emerging as clear leaders.”

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