September 26, 2011
83% of Workers Want Employers Who Are "Good Corporate Citizens"
Monster recently asked site visitors, "When you evaluate a job offer, how important is the company's reputation as a good corporate citizen?" And 50 percent said it was a "primary consideration," while another 33 percent said it was at least somewhat important. (Of the rest, 9 percent said this was a minor concern, and 8 percent said this was "not something I think about.")
These results are fairly consistent with a Monster+HotJobs poll of September 2010, at which time 54 percent said an employer's corporate citizenship was important, 29 percent said it was at least somewhat important, 6 percent said it was a minor concern, and 11 percent said they didn't consider it at all. Although the numbers are slightly different, in both 2010 and 2011, a total of 83 percent falling in the "important" or "primary consideration" category.
What does being a "good corporate citizen" mean to you? How do you evaluate a company's citizenship when you're considering a job offer? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.
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Posted by: Illinois Jobs | Sep 26, 2011 12:43:27 PM
who doesn't? of course workers would want the best also.
Posted by: geo targeted seo | Sep 26, 2011 2:42:18 PM
There are many things that i would consider when a job will offer to me like How much learnig is there for me and how friendly atmosphere, then i thin that company's reputation comes that how old the company is and how well it is growing with every passing day. I would also recommend that every body should take some reviews about the company from its old employees that how much this company fulfills its promises that give you a lot help to take right decision.
Posted by: time clocks | Sep 28, 2011 3:11:09 AM
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