New research conducted by Irish employment agency Hays has found why many employees have left their new job within the first 12 months.
Hays Ireland founded research that said employees starting within their first year of employment have quit due to the reality of the role being different to their expectations.
Experiences such as bad interviews with future employers and application processes for future companies have deterred employees from staying on at their jobs.
47% of respondents in the study said on-the-job training was not provided for the responsibilities that needed carrying out.
40% of people surveyed said that the job advert they applied to was misleading and wasn't true to the job they were tasked with at hand.
Following the research, Maureen Hayes, director for Hays Ireland said that employees wanted specific things from new jobs: "They want to see is there career development, is there investment in their own professional development, and then the equality, diversity and inclusion came across quite strongly as well."