Earlier I introduced a rule called 3S in our process of attracting great talent. In the 3S rule, one of the things we focus on is called Share the value. It's about getting to know your candidates, what are they focusing on? What value points do they focus on?
So in this article, let's take a look at the values that these candidates care about. Maybe the values behind each candidate are different, but we can also get some common things from them.
Then I will introduce a case to you. This case is a survey conducted by Hewitt, an internationally renowned human resources agency, a year ago. He surveyed people in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, they were choosing jobs During the process, what are the three points that are most concerned about? Let them make a sample respectively.
After this sample comes out, the final Latest Mailing Database result is indeed a very interesting thing that gives us some inspiration, let's take a look.
In this result, it shows that people born after 1960 have three main considerations when choosing a job:
First, employer branding, how is the company brand?
Second, what is the salary package offered by this company ?
The third interesting point is, what is the leadership style? After he joined the company, what was his leadership style? And this one choice is a point that we see that people born in the 70s, 80s and 90s are not focused.
Why do the post-60s pay attention to this? Because we know that people born in the 60s have a very high degree of respect for their profession. They must want to say that this leader can fit me in a certain way, so as to ensure that I can play in this company. better. So this is the characteristic of the post-60s.
Let’s take a look at the characteristics of people born in the 70s. The people born in the 70s also have a different focus when choosing a job from others, that is, they pay attention to the balance between work and life. They must be very concerned about the ability of the job I choose. Not being able to keep me and my life in a certain balance. Because we know that for people born in the 70s, they are in the middle age of life. At this time, they are old and young, and they may need to spend part of their energy on life.
So for people born in the 70s, when they choose a job, they will consider whether this job can give them some flexibility in life. That's someone born in the 70s.
Then let's take a look at the post-80s people. What they pay attention to in the process of choosing a job, there is a very important point, that is, the post-80s people are very concerned about the salary and recognition of their work . Because at this age, the first is that in the process of wealth accumulation, they may still have to repay the mortgage and car loan, so they must be very concerned about the salary level you give me.
At this stage, he still cares about the job leader or the company's recognition of him, because at this stage it is a very important growth ladder for his career, so this is the characteristic of people born in the 1980s.
Then let's take a look at the characteristics of the post-90s. Among the three options of the post-90s, there is also a very interesting characteristic, that is, people born in the 90s. One thing they are very concerned about is the content of the job , and this choice is the post-60s. , people born in the 70s and 80s do not have it.