When people consider switching to a new job, salary, bonus and welfare are the most important factors, 74 percent of the respondents said.
Other criteria including promotion and training opportunities were important to 37 percent and 34 percent of the respondents, respectively.
With salary, bonus and welfare the main factors influencing the departure of employees, this becomes a challenge for recruitment and retention plans of businesses, the report said.
Respondents reported that the 13th-month salary is the biggest bonus or benefit that they receive in a year, followed by health and medical care, and travel, meal, and cellphone allowances.
Sixty-one percent said they expected a pay raise this year.
Middle managers appeared to be the most active in asking for a raise, with 65 percent of respondents in this group saying they had asked for a raise last year.