Who are most desirable employers in Serbia?

According to the results of a survey conducted by the job-seeking website, Infostud, the top three places on the list of the country’s most attractive employers are occupied by the Serbian oil industry NIS, Air Serbia and Coca-Cola.

The following companies were also included in the list of the 20 most desirable employers (in alphabetical order): Atlantic Group, Banca Intesa, British American Tobacco, dm drogerie markt, Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), Hemofarm, IKEA, Lidl, L’Oreal, MTS / Telekom Serbia, Nestle, PepsiCo (Marbo Product), Philip Morris International, Rober Bosch, Siemens, Telenor, and VIP mobile.

The survey was carried out on 10,418 people, making it the largest survey on the attractiveness of employers in Serbia to date.

The purpose of the research was not only to identify the most attractive employers, but also to offer answers on what makes an employer desirable.

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Research results show that 67% of respondents indicated a friendly and pleasant work environment as an important factor in choosing an employer.

In addition, 56% of respondents believe that employers who have a work organization that allows employees to achieve work-life balance are also considered desirable.

According to 48% of respondents, employers are also deemed appealing if they offer the opportunity for professional development and career advancement.

The survey results also show that 33% of respondents plan to change jobs in the next month, while 59% plan to change in the next six months.

Only 18% of respondents do not plan to change jobs, which indicates not only very low loyalty to current employers but that the vast majority of candidates are constantly looking for better jobs.

(Nova Ekonomija, 10.09.2020)

https://novaekonomija.rs/vesti-iz-zemlje/ko-su-najpo%C5%BEeljniji-poslodavci-u-srbiji

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