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This article accompanies Asian Appreciation.

Monday, April 2, 2012
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According to 11,000 online survey responses from Chinese employees who represent a wide variety of job titles and industries:

* Nearly one-third of employees (29 percent) are fully disengaged.

* Although 55 percent definitely plan to stay with their employer, 16 percent are determined to leave, which has tripled since 2008 (5 percent).

* The top reasons workers quit their job are lack of career opportunities (26 percent), a desire for better compensation (17 percent) and a dislike of their work (16 percent).

* Most popular employee rewards and recognitions include financial rewards, promotion or advancement, training opportunities, overseas travel, international assignments (especially at company headquarters) and public recognition, such as annual banquets.

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* Nearly one-third (32 percent) selected career development and training as the top factor that influences job satisfaction.

Source: Employee Engagement Report 2011 -- Beyond the Numbers: A practical approach for individuals, managers, and executives, BlessingWhite Inc.

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