Most Singaporeans think they are not paid ‘fairly’
Posted by temasektimes on August 25, 2012
Most Singaporeans feel they are not paid fairly and as well as their peers in other companies, reveals a survey ‘Global Workforce Study’ conducted by employee-benefits consultancy Towers Watson.
Of 1,000 employees surveyed, only 32 percent believed they were paid fairly compared to people in other companies who hold similar jobs which is lower than the global average of 46 per cent.
The study also revealed that Singapore workers are less loyal to their employers with 34 percent wanting to leave their current employers within the next two years which is higher than the global average of 28%
Another finding was that Singapore employees believe they face poor career advancement opportunities in their own organisations.