Over 5 in 10 employees will likely leave employers over mismatched values
Singaporeans want their employers to speak up on social, environmental, and political issues.
More than half of employees (54%) will likely quit their jobs if their values do not match their employers, a survey by Qualtrics has found.
This is because employees (60%) believe that it is more important than ever for leaders to speak out about social, environmental, and political issues.
Employees, in particular, want their employers to prioritise diversity and inclusion (39%), social responsibility (34%), and environmental sustainability (26%).
Half of those surveyed also wanted their company to take more action in addressing the above-mentioned issues.
Meanwhile, the study also found that when employees feel that their value aligns with their employer’s, they (86%) are motivated to go above and beyond.