People prove most missed factor from previous post

After friendships (52 per cent), 38 per cent named familiarity with the role as the aspect of their former job they missed.

Key business relationships accounted for 31 per cent, while company culture and office location/environment were mentioned by 27 per cent each. Twenty-five per cent of respondents said they missed support from colleagues.

The findings are included in Leadership in New Roles published by Hay Management Consultants. The report also found only 58 per cent were very clear about the requirements of their new job.

Nearly a fifth – 18 per cent – said they were clear about only certain aspects, while 11 per cent said the brief had changed and 13 per cent were still unclear about what their job entailed.

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After friendships (52 per cent), 38 per cent named familiarity with the role as the aspect of their former job they missed.

Key business relationships accounted for 31 per cent, while company culture and office location/environment were mentioned by 27 per cent each. Twenty-five per cent of respondents said they missed support from colleagues.

The findings are included in Leadership in New Roles published by Hay Management Consultants. The report also found only 58 per cent were very clear about the requirements of their new job.

Nearly a fifth – 18 per cent – said they were clear about only certain aspects, while 11 per cent said the brief had changed and 13 per cent were still unclear about what their job entailed.

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