labor - Chinese managers change jobs every 15 month
A dramatic shortage of experienced managers to run a booming economy causes a high overturn in jobs, writes The Australian, based on a study of the EIU and a headhunting company. On average a Chinese manager stays 15 months in a job.
Pay seems a key element in the hunt for qualified managers, the study found. Almost half of the companies says they cannot get enough experienced managers. The number of companies suffering from the jobhopping trend has increased dramatically.