Employee motivation is the vitality of every successful business. As remote work mode has been welcomed by more tech companies across the earth, knowing how to motivate remote software engineers can help organizations increase overall employee productivity and satisfaction, thus, achieving their business goals.
So what can you do as a manager to motivate your remote software engineers in Vietnam without seeing them face-to-face from 9 to 5 all weekdays? In this article, we explore:
- What matters most to remote software engineers in Vietnam when considering a job offer?
- The top reasons remote software engineers in Vietnam stay in their current employers.
- Why do they refuse to proceed further with your recruitment process?
- And more importantly, how you as a business owner or hiring manager can address these problems and make the right remote software engineers in Vietnam.
Read on to find out!
What matters most to remote software engineers in Vietnam when considering a job offer?
The following data is provided by 2022 Topdev’s survey results with 56,878 IT personnel in Vietnam taking part in the survey from July 2021 to June 2022.
Technical challenges to solve are among the most favorable factors for software engineers in Vietnam when it comes to considering a new job opportunity (52.9%), followed by the technologies used at the company (48.4%). Software developers in Vietnam also care about promotion opportunities and the company’s culture and values.
Top reasons remote software engineers in Vietnam stay in their current employers
According to the survey results, growth opportunities, relationships with colleagues, and earning potential are the top 3 weapons that help companies retain tech talent.
- Nearly half of the software engineers in Vietnam (43.5%) said they decided to stay in their current companies because of the given growth opportunities.
- 41.4% stayed because they got along well with their colleagues.
- Future salary potential was ranked third by 40.3% of surveyed software engineers in Vietnam.
Software engineers in Vietnam: Their ‘Whys” for refusing to proceed further with a recruitment process
Why do software engineers in Vietnam abandon your hiring process? Below are their reasons.
When asked why they abandoned a company’s hiring process, we found that the number one reason for software engineers in Vietnam is being approached with an irrelevant job. This means that two out of every three candidates declined to proceed further with an employer due to this reason.
The second biggest reason that drives the software engineers in Vietnam to abandon a recruitment process is the compensation and benefits don’t meet their expectations.
Another ‘why’ is that the software engineers encountered a negative experience with the recruiters during the interview process. Almost a third of surveyed software developers in Vietnam said they would reject going through the next step with an employer if the recruiters couldn’t provide detailed information regarding the company’s products and technologies.
Lack of growth opportunities and unclear job descriptions are also pointed out among other reasons software engineers in Vietnam turn their back on a company’s openings.
How to motivate your remote software engineers in Vietnam?
Recent changes in the tech labor market have favored software engineers to be given more leverage than ever before. So if you want to get the top remote tech talent in Vietnam for your development team, try to build up a positive candidate experience as much as possible. Business leaders can deem these suggested actions for implementation within your team.
Create a hiring process that wows the candidates
Most employers are more likely to overdo their candidates’ selection rounds. They require candidates to finish redundant and sometimes irrelevant tasks, followed by countless interviews. In the other article, we have shared how you can streamline your hiring process without sacrificing its value. Check it out here.
When done right, JDs will work for you like a talent attractor
Job seekers, including software engineers in Vietnam, love transparency. Putting compensation and benefits into a job post can let the job seekers know whether it is a match before applying, thus, decreasing the sourcing workload for your recruitment team.
Check out These JD writing tips that have worked wonders in grabbing the top software engineers’ attention for our clients.
Have the right people who know how to create positive experiences for the pickiest job seekers
Hiring can be stressful. And so do look for a job. Having experienced IT recruiters who, on behalf of your company, empathize with the candidates and appreciate their time and effort can make your job offer stands out.
The survey’s results have emphasized the important role of tech recruiters in attracting tech talent to join a team. How supportive is your company of software engineers regarding their career development? What programming languages is your development team using and planning to use? Questions like those need to be communicated by the tech recruiters clearly and promptly to the tech candidates.
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