According to the findings of employees’ survey on workplace satisfaction by Michael page Asia, Indians are said to be more satisfied with their workplace environment when compared to their Asia-Pacific counterparts.
“About 62 percent of respondents in India said they were either satisfied or very satisfied with their workplace environment compared to just 54 percent of their counterparts in Asia Pacific,” said Michael Page employee survey on workplace satisfaction.
The survey was conducted by 4000 employees working across different job levels and industries. According to the survey about 54% of the Indian responders rated their current economy good to excellent against 33% of their Asia-Pacific counterparts.
Michael Page India Managing Director Nicolas Dumoulin said that “There is a general sentiment of optimism in India right now. The current economic outlook is positive and professionals are encouraged by the commitment to India from both global and local firms.
According to him, the make in India initiative created more opportunities in export business, which led to investments in the manufacturing sector.
The survey also measured the quarterly job confidence forecast in Indian employees, which declined from Q1 to Q2 in Mumbai and Bengaluru employees. The survey also stated that the Indian employees would be more optimistic about the job training in coming 12 months.
Working overseas was found to be an attractive option for the Indian employees. According to the survey, 68% of the responders preferred working overseas when compared to 64% previously.
Michael page is the world’s leading recruitment consultancy which recruits employees for permanent, contract and temporary positions. The company conducts surveys on financial services, HR, Sales and Marketing, etc.