What Employees Want at Work? Why Employees Quit?
What Employees Want at Work?
1003/1000
participants
100%
Why Employees Quit?
1082/1000
participants
100%
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PhD
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Bachelor's Degree
STPM/Diploma/A-Levels/Matriculation
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Islam
Buddhism
Taoism
Hindhu
Christian
Sikhsim
No religion
Others
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Single

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Widowed
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How many childs
Year of Birth
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How long have you been working for your last fulltime permanent job?
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The salary of your last fulltime permanent job
< RM2000
RM2000-RM4000
RM4000-RM6000
RM6000-RM8000
RM8000-RM10000
RM10000-RM12000
RM12000-RM14000
RM14000-RM16000
RM16000-RM18000
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Company car
Petrol allowance
Toll allowance
Parking allowance
Overtime allowance
Fixed meal allowance
Overtime meal allowance
Company laptop
Higher-spec of company desktop computer
Higher company internet speed
Access to social networks at work
Company smartphone
Phone postpaid claims
Cash bonuses
Merit-based rewards
Free life insurance
Free healthcare
Free dental care
Free vision care
Flexible working hours
Flexible work locations
Vocation allowances
Vocation time
Maternity/Paternity benefits
Paid-leave to do charity work
Paid-leave to do community work
More recognition from higher ups
More appreciation from higher ups
Benefits plans for employees family
Pension scheme
Retirement funding
More training & development programs
More team building events
Housing loan assistance
Car loan assistance
Education loan assistance
Free childcare
Free gym
Free fitness/yoga classes
Free weekly employee outing
Free office gym
Free office childcare
Free office fitness/yoga classes
Free snacks
Free coffee
I prefer no benefits but higher salary
Others
Salary Problems
Relatively lower salary compare to similar co-workers.
Relatively lower salary compare to market standard.
Lack of employee healthcare plan.
Lack of communication allowances
Lack of transport allowances
Lack of accommodation allowances
Geolocation Problems
Company located too far from home.
Terrible traffic conditions to office/home.
Difficult to find a parking lot around the office.
Expensive parking fee.
Low safety level around the office.
Office Problems
Lack of places to play at work.
Lack of free coffee & tea.
Lack of relaxing spaces.
Slow computers.
Slow internet.
Boss Problems
Disrespectful manager.
unsupportive manager.
Poor manager leadership.
Manager showing favoritism.
Contribution not being recognized.
Work Problems
Has friction with another employee.
Non-flexible work hours.
Too much of overtime.
Too many outstation tasks.
Better job title of new job.
Unchallenging job/bored job.
Unable to pursue passions at work.
Not enjoying the work task given.
Being set for relocation.
Management Problems
Unable to align with company culture and values.
Lack of skill development opportunity.
Limited career/promotion opportunity.
Disagree with the management when wrong employee being promoted.
Disagree with the management when wrong employee being terminated.
Signs of imminent firing being sensed.
Signs of imminent layoffs being sensed.
Not allowed to access social networks during work hours.
Not allowed to access video streaming sites during work hours.
Not allowed to listen to music during work hours.
Major Life Changes
Get married
Divorced.
New born baby.
Spouse passed away.
parents passed away.
Child passed away.
Bought new home.
Bought new car.
Has just received a degree, license, or certification.
Others
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How much it affects you
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Distance from home of your last job
How disrespectful is your manager?
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How un-supportive is your manager?
Unsupportive
Very unsupportive
How poor is your manager?
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Very poor
How much favoritism playing by your manager?
Favoritism
Playing the most
How much is your contribution being not recognized?
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How much it affects you

Professionals:
Doctors / Engineers / Lawyers / Accountants / Programmers

  • Likes to study and solve math or science problems; generally avoids leading, selling, or persuading people
  • Is good at understanding and solving science and math problems
  • Values science.
  • Sees self as precise, scientific, and intellectual.

Creativity Professionals:
Actors / Singers / Writers / Musicians

  • Likes to do creative activities like art, drama, crafts, dance, music, or creative writing, generally avoids highly ordered or repetitive activities.
  • Has good artistic abilities -- in creative writing, drama, crafts, music, or art.
  • Values the creative arts -- like drama, music, art, or the works of creative writers.
  • Sees self as expressive, original, and independent.

Teachers:
Instructors / Coaches / Counselors / Advisers

  • Likes to do things to help people -- like, teaching, nursing, or giving first aid, providing information. generally avoids using machines, tools, or animals to achieve a goal.
  • Is good at teaching, counseling, nursing, or giving information.
  • Values helping people and solving social problems.
  • Sees self as helpful, friendly, and trustworthy.

Leaders:
Managers / Supervisors / Sales Personnel / Marketers

  • Likes to lead and persuade people, and to sell things and ideas; generally avoids activities that require careful observation and scientific, analytical thinking.
  • Is good at leading people and selling things or ideas.
  • Values success in politics, leadership, or business.
  • Sees self as energetic, ambitious, and sociable.

Skilled Workers:
Mechanics / Electricians / Plumbers / Drivers

  • Likes to work with animals, tools, or machines; generally avoids social activities like teaching, healing, and informing others.
  • Has good skills in working with tools, mechanical or electrical drawings, machines, or plants and animals.
  • Values practical things you can see, touch, and use like plants and animals, tools, equipment, or machines.
  • Sees self as practical, mechanical, and realistic.

General Staffs:
Clerks / Admins / Secretaries / Customer Service

  • Likes to work with numbers, records, or machines in a set, orderly way. Generally avoids ambiguous, unstructured activities.
  • Is good at working with written records and numbers in a systematic, orderly way.
  • Values success in business.
  • Sees self as orderly, and good at following a set plan.

Others

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Your last fulltime permanent job type
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Private
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Your previous job is your ___ full time permanent job in your life.
Total years of permanent full time experience
Is your last job (occupation) fit your own interest?
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