The Relationship Between Job Satisfaction and Job Switch

Job satisfaction varies on everyone’s personal preferences. But generally few factors are common when we count on how satisfied you are from your job. These include growth opportunities, skills enhancement, learning, security, pay, respect, and management behaviors. It’s not merely about satisfaction, it’s about how accomplished one feels at work, how much his work excites him to take challenges? How work compels someone to think out of the box? How involved are you in your work? If these questions fall yes to you, you’re at the right place and you’re doing the work you love to do. That’s probably the best way to increase the productivity.

The Impact

Job satisfaction has very strong impact on employee’s performance and interest in the workplace. The more satisfied employees tend to be more productive ones. The more satisfied a person is the higher level of commitment he shows towards the tasks. The employee will be initiative, productive and put up more efforts in his work to achieve beyond the task assigned to him. Productivity is dependent on mental health. Creative thinking can be done only if you are mentally relaxed. The frustrated mind cannot produce great ideas.

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How Unemployment Rate Influences Recruitment

The economic goal for any country is to achieve the lowest unemployment rate. That would be great news if the rate shrinks to the lowest point. This impacts the economy, the career development and the quality of life. But how does this curve influence the recruiting market? The low Unemployment rate can even have negative consequences? No one can even imagine the negative impact associated with such a positive term. The fact is it does, only for recruiters. Let’s get into details how that could give tough time to recruiters in their talent hunt journey and how does the scenario change the recruitment industry.

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