Look at your “job safety factor”?

Once the Chinese New Year, the peak of recruitment is ushered in, the recruitment of college graduates has entered the mid-market, and the migrant workers have also begun to hunt for food; what will happen to the “job safety factor” on the job shuttle bus bound for the Spring Metro?
  A few days ago, WUCHENG conducted a poll on the “job search safety factor”. A total of 1064 people completed the questionnaire, of which 59% were male respondents.
45%, female respondents accounted for 40.
55%; college degree is 30.
01%, 37.
06%; Respondents with 2 to 5 years of work experience accounted for 59.
45%; 29.
63% of respondents work for European and American companies, and 25.
12% of respondents work in private and private companies.
  Most trusted large professional recruitment media: The most trusted recruitment channels of respondents are: large professional recruitment media, company website recruitment and job fairs.
In the supplementary answer, the interviewees thought that “recommended by relatives and friends” is the most reliable and effective; and for the interviewees who have accumulated some work experience, “named and named” headhunting companies are good channels;In favor of school recommendations or campus briefings.
In the survey, it was also found that female respondents favored large-scale professional recruitment media and industry-specific recruitment media more than male respondents, and male respondents had 3% more trust in job fairs than female respondents.
  From a regional perspective, respondents from Shenzhen, who said they trusted the largest recruitment media, ranked first, while respondents from Shenzhen and Jiangsu and Zhejiang also said that in addition to large recruitment media, the company ‘s website recruitment form is also very trustworthy.Recruitment channels.
Job fairs are the most popular form among respondents from Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces and Beijing, while job seekers in Shenzhen are more indifferent to job fairs.
From the perspective of industry, respondents from processing and manufacturing industries have greater trust in large professional recruitment media than other industries; respondents from electronics technology and finance industries have more than 10% more trust than job fairs;Respondents from the industry and advertising industries prefer the company’s website recruitment methods; while more specialized respondents such as bio / pharmaceuticals / healthcare / pharmaceuticals and construction / design / decoration industries have a high degree of trust in industry-specific recruitment media.Significantly higher than other industries.
  In terms of years of work, fresh graduates and respondents with 1 to 2 years of work experience have higher trust in job fairs. Respondents with 5 to 10 years of work experience have greater trust in large professional recruitment media.The average value is nearly 15 percentage points. In addition, respondents with more than 10 years of work experience have expressed their trust in headhunting companies in their supplementary answers and are willing to hand over relevant application matters to trusted headhunters.
  Lack of “professional” protection awareness: Most respondents have a sense of self-protection when applying for jobs.
More than 80% of the respondents said that they would use the Internet to search for relevant information about the company before applying for the job, and more than 30% of the respondents said that they would go to the company to visit the company in person to inspect the environment in person;”Information source”, more than 30% of the interviewees said that if there were “informed people” around them, they would ask them about the company’s information; there was also a small number of interviewees who used “direct means” to make a tentative call to the company.
However, when asked whether they would learn about relevant labor law regulations before applying for employment, few respondents indicated that they would adopt such a “professional” approach.
Some candidates also said that if they were looking for a job through a headhunting company, they would also hand over the “security precautions” to the headhunting company.
  ”Safety precautions”, because women have strong communication skills, many female interviewees said that they would use the phone to “test” the candidate company, and whether they would understand the relevant labor law regulations before applying, women are subject toInterviewees were significantly less motivated than men.
Although women are more cautious than men, female job applicants are not active enough and their professional precautions are not strong when it comes to job security “safety precautions.”
  Nowadays, the Internet is developed, and job seekers from all over the world have said that they will often search for company information through the Internet before applying for a job.
In addition, respondents in Shanghai have shown a positive performance in understanding relevant labor law regulations. They are the most “professional” protection consciousness in the workplace.
Respondents in Guangzhou take the lead in adopting the “field trip” method. This is a very intuitive self-protection method. If you feel that recruitment information and the company are inconsistent, you may wish to bring your family, friends, or classmates together to step on it.First, “the eyes of the masses are clear.” Second, you can also increase the insurance factor, in case you are alone.
Respondents in Shenzhen prefer to inquire about news through relatives and friends. Although Shenzhen ‘s area is relatively small and its connections may be closer, unfortunately, Shenzhen ‘s respondents are “perceived by relevant labor regulations” in terms of local rates.The lowest, in fact, professional methods are often more powerful and safer than family relationships.
  安全不仅在入职前  在面试后,受访者了解得最清楚的是公司背景(包括公司规模、公司经营范围、公司性质等)以及自己的工作岗位和工作职责;通过自己的亲身考察,对工作The environment can also have a superficial understanding; remuneration for work is a big issue, and understanding through interviews will be “intelligent”; however, for company benefits (including the four bonuses, bonus system, vacation issues, etc.), nearly 40% of the respondents said they did notKnow well, or not one by one.
  Human resources experts pointed out in an interview with reporters that female job seekers are even more sensitive to the working environment than to salary when they are looking for a job or changing jobs, which is also reflected in the interview process.
Relevant data show that the percentage of female respondents who understand the above situations is higher than that of male respondents after interviews, and their understanding of jobs, responsibilities and working environment is nearly 6 percentage points higher than that of male respondents.
Similarly, job seekers with a longer working life have a higher percentage of “spiritual in mind” after an interview.
  After entering a job, of course, a labor contract must be signed, 46.
05% of the interviewees stated that the labor contract they signed includes the “term of the labor contract” (including the probation period), the “work content” (the clarification of the job position), the “labor protection and labor conditions” (including the working time), “Labor remuneration”, “labor discipline”, “conditions for termination of labor contracts” and “liability for breach of labor contracts” and other necessary provisions of labor contracts.
Generally speaking, the longer the working life, the less the mandatory contract terms will be missing.
However, more than half of the respondents in this survey stated that their labor contracts were missing. The most serious of the missing items were “work content” and “labor protection and working conditions” (including working hours).
In addition, “labor remuneration”, “responsibility for breach of labor contract” and “conditions for termination of labor contract” are also more easily missing items.
According to the statistics of the Shanghai Labor Dispute Commission: social insurance, arrears of wages, economic compensation, dismissal and overtime wages have been the focus of disputes between Shanghai workers and employers.
Therefore, the majority of job seekers should understand the relevant labor law knowledge before applying for employment, and professionally and comprehensively arm themselves.
  保护自己 进退两难  “ 陷阱” 无处不在, 面对求职“ 陷阱”,且看大家会采取何种态度面对:近三分之二的受访者表示会“做好充分准备,主动武装自己”;Nearly a quarter of the respondents also adopted a “temporary stance” and “thought about countermeasures”; another 10% of the respondents said that they were eager to get a livelihood problem, eager to get a job, and “don’t worry about danger”, knowing thatThis is a trap, and I can only jump it out, especially the proportion of male respondents who choose this is 3% higher than that of females.From a regional perspective, Beijing and Zhejiang’s alternatives have a far higher percentage of people choosing this option, while Jiangsu’s alternatives adopt the method of “knowing that there are tigers in the mountains, preferring the tiger mountains” isThe ratio is the lowest in all regions, but it is the highest among all regions.

Here we want to remind job seekers that the unsafe factor of “seeing recruits” is not small, and the safest way is to actively seek professional means to arm themselves.

From the perspective of working years, the proportion of supplements with 2 to 3 years of work experience is the highest.

Those who have worked for 2 to 3 years are mostly worried that if they find a job unsuccessful, they will bring the “fault period” of their careers, so they can only take the risk and make the next decision.

An unsafe job, an injured job search experience may be more harmful than the “professional blank period”, so please ask job seekers to treat yourself well!

  It is worth noting that supplements with sufficient work experience for more than 8 years have chosen the less-popular option of “blindly refuse, not reset yourself”.

It seems that sometimes “empiricalism” can also hurt people, confidently experienced the workplace storm, most of the “traps” can not escape their law, but just encountered, but “internal injuries are serious”, so can not help but turn complaints into emotionsTo the outside.

Therefore, in the process of applying for a job, whether it is a fledgling newcomer or a career bull, you must always stay alert and do not take it lightly.

  And in the unlikely event of a trap, 38.

25% interest rate said “I don’t know where to go to justice, but can only endure in silence”; 27.

73% of ethics said they would “appeal to the law and bring a lawsuit”; 20.

21% of the democrats will alert latecomers “through the Internet advertising world”; 13.

82% of pilots will “rely on media such as television newspapers.”

When choosing to take up legal weapons, the proportion of higher males is higher than that of female job applicants by 5 allocations, and female job applicants are more likely to say “I do n’t know where to scream injustice, but can only endure in silence”.

  From a regional perspective, the habituals of Guangzhou and Beijing rely more on the power of the media and choose to “rely on media such as TV newspapers” than in other regions; the alternatives in Zhejiang and Shanghai are polarized-“silent tolerance” and “litigation”The “laws” are more than other regions; Jiangsu’s substitutes are most willing to advertise their encounters through the Internet, and Shenzhen’s substitutes are more reliable legal weapons and the power of the media.

  The short-term people with shorter working years have more people who “silently endure” after encountering the trap, but the greater the proportion of “telling through the Internet”; the longer the working people, the more likely they will take up legal weapons.Protect yourself. After more than 8 years of work experience encounters a trap, the ratio of “applying to law” is higher than the average of 10 alternatives.

  Dialogue: Our reporter VS Enran (Senior Human Resources Consultant, Career Consulting) “Occupation”: How should job seekers make themselves safe during the job search process?

  Enron: In recent years, recruitment of companies to deceive applicants is not new. In addition to expanding supervision and tilting of the labor department, candidates must also make some preparations themselves.

  If job seekers want to truly stay safe during the job search process and find a satisfactory job, they must protect themselves with professional and effective methods.

This is what we usually call the workplace anti- “trap” avoid “three hearts”.

The first is greed. When you see the word “high salary”, you must first consider yourself and then find out the background of the other party. The second is anxiety. The eagerness to find a job has given some people an opportunity to cheat money.Fees, clothing fees, training fees, certificate fees and other nominal applicant fees, and then go to the office; finally, it is confusing and difficult to find a job at the moment but it does not mean that “drawing into the basket is all vegetables””Job seekers should have a clear idea of the development of their careers. If you study it carefully, you can still see that most of the recruitment is fussy.

  ”Occupation”: What should a job seeker do when applying?

  Enron: You can use “Wangwen Wenqie” in Chinese medicine to discuss this issue.

“Wanting” is to look at the four roads and observe the environment of the company’s location and the basic quality of the company’s personnel; “smelling” is to understand the company’s operating and development status through information means, and it is better to pretend to be a small company that cannot track its trace through the websiteIf nothing looks like the front desk, the security guard or the “tender” young staff member chats “set of porcelain”; “Ask” is through their own network, please ask relatives and friends to give information and suggestions; “Cut” is to directly test the truthIf you really meet an unscrupulous employer, you should dare to hold his veins and fight to the end. Don’t swallow it.