Moving jobs for your "Disloyalty Bonus"

Moving jobs for your "Disloyalty Bonus"

 18 Oct 2018

There you go it is out of the box, Resolution Foundation have published research that states those who do not stay long with one employer can increase their income substantially, creating a “Disloyalty Bonus”.
 
Figures show that over the past 10 years people who switched jobs regularly earned 2.5 times as much as those who had remained with the same employer during the same time frame.  It may be surprising to read but over the past 12 months only 3% of people moved jobs according to the research.
 
If you have ever been asked the question “can you explain why you have not stayed longer than 3 years with an employer?” or something similar, you will understand the uneasy feeling that comes over you that makes you think you may have just lost out on this opportunity.
 
What should you do though? How should you answer this question?  Is it bad to refer to the before mentioned research and be honest?  “Well, I left as I wouldn’t have been due a promotion for 3 more years’, but I could move into the position at another company” or “other employers were paying better for my skill set”.  Both might be hard to swallow for the interviewer.
 
We would be interested in learning more about how you approached this subject as a candidate.  Equally, we would be interested in hearing more from companies that being aware of this research have implemented strategies to better suit the needs of their employees, so they don’t have to move. 
 

Comments

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