Pay and benefits are cause of most dissatisfaction for the majority of UK workers and nearly half are ready to move jobs

Pay and benefits are the cause of most dissatisfaction among the vast majority UK employees with nearly currently half considering a change of jobs according to new research from Edenred UK.

The Edenred Barometer, conducted by Ipsos among 7,200 European workers, including 800 UK workers, found that less than one in three (30%) of employees were satisfied with their variable pay and only one in four (39%) were happy with their fixed pay. Just 37% were happy with their benefits package.

The survey found pay levels outstripped job security and work-life balance with nearly half (47%) of employees saying it was their biggest worry in 2013.

Satisfaction with purchasing power fell at the fastest rate of all the European countries surveyed with 44% saying they were unhappy how far their wages went compared to 37% in 2012.

The Edenred Barometer also found the UK has the highest number of employees currently looking at moving jobs in Europe (48%) with just over one in ten (12%) actively planning their next move and 36% saying they were considering each opportunity that came up.

Andy Philpott, sales and marketing director of Edenred UK said:

“After five years of economic squeeze, we are now really starting to see the pressure our employees are feeling.

Employees think they are getting a raw deal when it comes to pay as the cost of living rises.  

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