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Are you satisfied with the people policies of your current or most recent employer?

According to our recent poll, not many people are happy with the ‘people policies’ of their present/most recent employer. The poll was conducted on the MonsterIndia website and according to the poll results a majority of respondents felt that they are ‘very dissatisfied’ with the ‘people policies’ of their company. However, the gap between respondents who voted ‘very satisfied’ and ‘very dissatisfied’ was a mere 2%.

According to the results it looks like people are not too much concerned when it comes to the ‘people policies’ of their company. As 14% of the respondents said that they are ‘neither satisfied nor dissatisfied’ and 13% said ‘somewhat dissatisfied’. This is completely in contrast to our last poll about salary, where 36% of the respondents felt that pay-hike was what they feel most deprived of in their current job when asked:

At your current or most recent job, which of the following do you feel most deprived of? And the options given were:

– Promotion
– Pay-hike
– Opportunity to learn new things
– Opportunity to improve skill set
– Relationship with the manager/employer

However in the last poll not all respondents considered lack of pay-hike to be the most important element they are deprived of. About 24% respondents felt there was no opportunity to learn new things in their current work. This in fact, is an important insight to employers, who consistently need to find ways and means to provide new learning opportunities for their staff.

In our poll we asked:
Are you satisfied with the people policies of your current or most recent employer? And the options given were:

– Very Satisfied
– Somewhat Satisfied
– Neither Satisfied nor Dissatisfied
– Somewhat Dissatisfied
– Very Dissatisfied

Voice your opinion, click here to take part in our poll.

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