||This study takes serving employees as subjects, exploring employees of different genders, ages and educational backgrounds, and their work preferences differences in industrial, organizational and occupational characteristics, in order to realize employees’ preferences and provide planning and reference orientations for Human resource management of enterprises and organizations nowadays. This study uses questionnaire method to collect and analyze statistics, which collected 63 valid questionnaires and uses frequency distribution statistics to conduct research. |
Results found that, in industrial characteristics, different genders and educational backgrounds have different work preferences. But in age periods of 20-30, 31-40 and 41-60, employees with different ages have same preference in industrial characteristics, which prefers high uniqueness product of industrial characteristics and also dislike industrial characteristics with great changing of consumer preference the most. In the part of organizational characteristics, except employees in the age periods of 20-30, 31-40 and with master degrees who prefer high performance reward of organizational characteristics, other employees with different factors have significant different preferences in organizational characteristics. In the part of job characteristics, male and female have the same preference. No matter male or female employees, they all prefer high autonomy among all job characteristics and dislike simple repeating of job characteristics the most. In addition, employees with different ages and educational backgrounds have significant different preferences in job characteristics.