Up to 41 percent of more than 3,000 respondents said that a poor work environment was the number one reason for employees leaving their companies, according to a recent survey by a recruiting firm in Vietnam.
The survey by Navigos Group also shows that unprofessional line-managers and inadequate remuneration packages accounted for 37 and 22 percent, respectively.
Another survey by the firm revealed that 48 percent of respondents ranked development opportunities as the most important criteria for accepting a new job, and 32 percent said it was the employer's brand.
The combined results of these surveys show that a proper talent development program could contribute significantly to the long-term development of firms.
"An appropriate talent management program would help to address human resource challenges in the coming year," said Nguyen Thi Van Anh, managing director of Navigos Group.