A highly-promising job market will lead to more Indian employees looking for a new role and job in the next 12 months, according to Michael Page India’s Employee Intentions report. Individuals have grown more aware of their market value, the report said. About 82 per cent of the survey’s respondents said they are likely to change roles in the next 12 months. High attritionlevels have led to higher expectations, with the most commonly expected increase upon changing roles at 26 per cent or above (for 34 per cent of survey respondents). For almost two-thirds of the respondents (65 per cent), career progression was the primary factor for changing job. This was closely followed by the company’s brand and reputation (45 per cent).
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