People always say they don't know what they'd do in a desperate situation until actually placed into it. Today's economic crisis is no exception. A new survey by Randstad USA shows that almost three in four employees would go to lengths to protect their jobs.
Check it out, below: How far employees are willing to go to impress their boss in order to create more job security
|Gen Y |
|Gen X |
|Would do something to impress their boss||80%||72%||68%||62%|
|Take on additional work/responsibilities||65%||56%||50%||53%|
|Stay late/come in early to show extra face time||48%||40%||29%||22%|
|Socialize with my boss out of the office||28%||15%||6%||4%|
|Do personal favors (run errands)||17%||10%||5%||8%|
While employees seem willing to go to great lengths to impress their boss, they draw the line at taking a paycut; only 4% of respondents said they would take a pay cut to ensure job security. Some were willing to take on added responsibilities; 63% of women said they would take on more work while 52% of men said they would.
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