This is what will turn GenY workers into die-hard job hoppers

May 03, 2018, 04:20 PM IST

Forget about the love of job! For the Indian millennial workforce, money is the key motivating factor to stick to a job! 83% employees, aged between 25 to 34 years, would consider switching jobs for a salary hike, says a report by global job site Indeed.




Over 60% stated flexible work hours as an alternative to a pay hike, while 47% suggested an increase in annual leave.



Close to 40% also cited paid parental leave as a benefit they would prefer, while 63% respondents asked for healthcare benefits instead of a pay raise.



Interestingly, of the respondents who do not plan to ask for a pay raise, 43% claimed that their present salary was satisfactory.



A number of respondents stated that they would be willing to accept alternative benefits at work in place of a pay raise. 



The survey was conducted by Censuswide on 2005 employees from companies across various sectors.


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