A new survey found that employees are more interested in “career pathing and professional growth”—and making more money—than workplace culture, chemistry, and perks. This was among the findings of Addison Group’s fourth annual Workplace Survey, conducted among 1,000 white collar employees across all industries.
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Now that 2017 has arrived, hiring managers and recruiters should be gearing up for the new hiring season. To get ahead of the pack this year, it is essential to stay on top of emerging trends in the industry. Both recruiters and candidates will benefit from understanding how the landscape is shifting in the coming year. And boy is it shifting!
Results of Addison Group’s annual survey spotlight what really matters to employees when it comes to perks. While Silicon Valley may have proliferated the “startup culture” of bottomless coffee, game rooms, napping pods, and other extravagant benefits, respondents seemed to choose the “old standards” as their preferred benefits.
The annual survey examining employees’ workplace preferences, career goals, and professional values by Addison Group revealed a startling result—only 33% of workers believe that being a manager has the potential to advance their career, making the management track a low priority for them.