Robert Walters Japan: ‘Opportunities to learn skills’ as deciding factor in undertaking a job effects motivation and retention

On October 28, specialist professional recruitment firm Robert Walters Japan announced the results of their latest Contractor Insight Survey of 371 front-line white-collar contract and haken (temporary) employees at foreign and Japanese global companies. The survey was conducted to provide insights for those involved in management and human resources at companies that require global personnel to work with language skills and specialised skills.
The survey results indicated that “opportunities to learn skills” plays a highly significant role in motivating and retaining these employees, coming in at second place (32%) behind “higher pay” (59%).
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