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Young workers don't mind working in old buildings

Eurobuild CEE 14 November 2019
POLAND According to a recent survey by HR Design Group on employment in the real estate and construction sector, almost 40 pct of those working in the sector intend to change their jobs within the next twelve months and 83 pct stated they felt overworked and stressed at work.

Around 35 pct stated that noise levels in the office prevented them from working effectively but in 83 pct of companies there was no formal policy allowing employees to work from home, although 49 pct of workers occasionally did so. The youngest workers (aged 21-25) declared no desire to change their jobs, while 52 pct of those aged 26-35 were looking for new positions with the percentage rising to 70 pct for those who had spent at least two years in the same organisation. For the second year in a row, higher wages were the number one reason for changing jobs, while the least important reason was the location of the office respondents have the opportunity to work in such a way. Interestingly, the youngest people on the labour market, aged 21-25, do not declare the need to change jobs. As many as 52 pct people in the 26-35 age group feel the need to change their employer, with the percentage increasing by up to 70 pct in the case of people with work experience of up to 2 years in a given organisation. For the second year in a row, the most important factor when changing jobs from the employee's perspective is the level of remuneration and the least important one is the location of the office and the benefits provided by the company again, which is still surprising. Around 58 pct of companies automatically raise wages every year, but in 34 pct of companies only up to 70 pct of employees benefit from such a system.

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