UMA 21 horas semanais e £ 44.000 de salário tornam o 'trabalho perfeito', achados de estudo

UMA 21 horas semanais e £ 44.000 de salário tornam o 'trabalho perfeito', achados de estudo
A short commute and supportive boss are also key

The “perfect job” pays funcionários uma salary of £44,000 a year and requires them to trabalhos Menor que 30 horas por semana, according to a new estude.

A poll of 2,000 adults in the Reino Unido found that those who are currently working their “dream job” have a short commute between 16 e 20 minutes long, and have a supportive boss.

While the maximum working week in the UK is 48 horas, those with their dream jobs work just 21 para 30 hours and have an allowance of 29 days holiday every year.

Other requirements include regular reviews and pay rises, a day off on your birthday and free hot bebidas in the office.

Employees said their office environment also influences how happy they are at work, with friendly colleagues, a well-organised space and a good location being rated as the most important factors.

Most importantly, most adults said their dream job would pay a salary of £44,355 per year.

Andrew Wood, spokesman for Raja Workplace, an office equipment supplier which commissioned the survey, said the findings show the importance of a workplace which aligns with employees’ lifestyles and values.

“It’s great to see so many people already believe they have found their dream job as work is such a huge part of our modern lives,” Wood said.

“There are so many different things employers must take into consideration when designing a workplace and environment for their employees.”

Over the course of the pandemic, many companies have introduced hybrid working models which require employees to work from home for several days a week.

According to the latest figures from the Office of National Statistics, the proportion of adults who worked from home in 2020 increased to 37 por cento, a partir de 27 por cento em 2019.

When asked about the biggest positives and negatives of home working, most adults said it gave them a better work-life balance but made collaborative work more challenging.

Of those surveyed by Raja Workplace, 57 per cent of people said their ideal job is a mix of working both collaboratively and individually.

Além disso, more than a third of people (36 por cento) said they believe the work culture of their job is more important than their salary.

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