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Workforce Loyalty and Contentment in IT

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This info graphic displays Engagement and Loyalty Trends within the IT sector.

This info graphic displays Engagement and Loyalty Trends within the IT sector.

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  • 1. 41% feel less loyal than they were a year ago 62% want new skills for immediate career goals 47% see little opportunity for advancement 38% want to advance to a higher level Information technology professionals: workforce loyalty and contentment Work environment preferences: Aside from salary, they leave because: Most IT professionals look for advancement Outside their company: 65% will actively look for other opportunities this year Ofthe65%: Insights from over 7,400 Information Technology professionals across the globe kellyservices.com An Equal Opportunity Employer © 2014 Kelly Services, Inc. Z0624 Supply #1922 Source: 2014 Kelly Global Workforce Index® global report 43%willleave theiremployer 49%willlookforadvancementelsewhere, evenwhenhappywiththeirjobs favorites: Detractors: are neutral or dissatisfied with career development resources offered believe they have career path advancement options with current employer see clearly what those career path options are with their current employer 71% 38% 31% Within their company: of those, only half found the career discussion beneficial had a career development discussion with management 66% Highly collaborative environment, cross-functional teams 64% Flexible work arrangements such as remote work options, flexible schedules/hours 63% Exposure to latest technologies and top-notch equipment 56% Virtual Teams 28% Traditional hierarchical organization structure 33% Rapid pace with constant change— always something new 48% 49% 71% applied for a job last year 84% survey the market for new opportunities at least twice monthly

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