Global staffing firm, Robert Half, has conducted new research into Canadian employees nationwide, and has concluded that approximately 1 in 3 people will look for a new job or a change in career in the next twelve months. Of the people that said they are considering leaving their job, most of them said they’d think about staying, but only if some major changes happened in their workplace.
In order to carry out his research, Robert Half developed a range of online surveys, which were then conducted by independent research firms. In April, more than 600 senior managers of companies were surveyed, alongside more than 400 workers in office environments.
Robert Half’s study intended to learn what businesses were doing to try and keep hold of their best employees, and what companies could do to convince those who wanted to leave to stay.