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Traffic is the most common culprit causing tardiness according to 31% of workers. But not all employees blame jammed roads.
While most workers are getting used to downsized perks, some companies refuse to lose the employee extras. When asked about their best job perks, this is what employees revealed.
Tax returns are due in a few days (Monday, April 18, to be precise), and fewer workers plan to use their tax refunds to pay off bills and more plan to put the money into savings, reflecting a more stable economy.
So what kinds of pranks have you witnessed on the job? And did you trick or get tricked? Either way, happy April Fool’s day to all.
Office pools are a common sight in the office, with 20% saying they have participated in March Madness pools at work, according to CareerBuilder’s annual survey.
A new nationwide CareerBuilder survey of more than 2,400 hiring managers reveals the outrageous and common mistakes that some candidates have made in job interviews.
According to a CareerBuilder survey of more than 2,700 hiring managers, some candidates make unusual, and sometimes unfavorable, interview mistakes.
Economy up, economy down, one thing remains the same: love is in the air at the office. Nearly four-in-ten (37%) workers said they have dated a co-worker at some time during their careers, according to a recent CareerBuilder survey. So happy Valentine’s Day!
Overall, more than a quarter (27%) of workers describe the temperature at their work place as “too hot.” On the flip side, 19% reported that the temperature was “too cold,” while 54% said it was “just right.”
For some employees, knowing they are running late for work does absolutely nothing except stimulate their creative juices in order to make up the latest excuse as to why they are late for work—again.