With International Men’s Day in November, Workscore has analysed data from their unique, rolling online survey to understand the impact of work on the wellbeing of men. More than 3,000 male participants generated over 180,000 data points to provide interesting insights into how men perform at work.
One-third of Australian jobseekers make a decision about a job within the first five minutes – or even sooner – according to independent research commissioned by specialist recruiter Robert Half. However, even after making a fast decision and landing the job, 88% say they would consider leaving a job within their first month, the research reveals.
Four in five jobseekers have or plan to adapt their CV and online profiles for initial screening by an algorithm, according to recruiting experts Hays.
A report released by Sunsuper, one of Australia’s largest superannuation funds, has found that more than two thirds (68%) of Australian workers don’t feel in control at work and more than half (54%) feel stressed at least weekly.
In the global rankings of eight countries, Australia ranks second best (52.4) , only second to the Netherlands (55.9), followed by the UK (52.0), USA (51.5) and Belgium (48.9). Germany tops the list as the country where employees are most stressed (47.6).