According to the results of the 2022 edition of Randstad’s Employer Brand Research, the automotive industry was crowned this year as the industry preferred by Argentine workers, followed by software and IT and tourism.
Transport and logistics, mass consumption, banking and finance, and health care catered to the seven sectors that achieved the best performance this year in terms of knowledge level and employer attractiveness.
Variables such as being financially sound, providing quality training and providing long-term job security have managed to create a positive image of these industries, which with this situation enjoys a significant advantage when attracting and retaining talent in a market. What is lacking when it comes to keeping the number of eligible profiles becomes more acute.
On the other hand, the study showed that one in three Argentines intend to change their workplace during 2022, which is slightly higher than those registered during 2021 (30%), showing an upward trend. , which is close to the change expectation values. Registered in the pre-pandemic.
Andrea Avila, CEO of Randstad for Argentina and Uruguay, confirmed that “the passage of the coronavirus has brought more clarity to people about their personal and professional objectives and directly affects the need to assess and change their current work.” Is”.
“Today we see a huge empowerment of the workforce which is increasing mobility and turnover in companies as people are more open to taking risks in a job that is more aligned with their values, personal purpose and that enables them to work better. allows -life balance,” he said.
On the other hand, a study by Boomeran showed that one in four people in Argentina suffer from or suffer from workplace harassment or mob lynching; However, 82% prefer to share the workplace with their team rather than work alone from home.
According to the “How to Coexist at Work” survey conducted by Boomeran Job Portal for its users, 46% said policies against crowding are not implemented at their workplace, 41% are not aware they exist are or not. And 13% say yes.
“Argentines are the most affected by workplace harassment in the region. Other countries participating in the study have less than 25% of Argentina: 20% of Chileans are victims or have suffered workplace harassment, 17 of Ecuador %, 11% from Panama and Peru,” said Carolina Molinaro, director of marketing at Boomeran.
Regarding the fact that 82% of Argentineans prefer to share a workplace with their team, compared to 18% who prefer to work alone from home, Molinaro analyzed: “It seems that remote work is not the only way to work with people.” Epidemic’s passion for the pandemic found its limit: the human need to reside in one place with other people to develop bonds and share experiences”. (Telam)