More than 1 in 4 business professionals said they plan to watch the March Madness tournament while at work this year, an Office Pulse study of white-collar workers found. Beyond the 9-5 window, 45% of professionals plan to indulge in the tournament at some point. Of those watching the tournament at work, they’ll watch for
Some people are married to their work, but have you heard of having a work spouse? A recent Office Pulse survey of Canadian business professionals shows that a little over two-thirds of workers (67%) have or have had a “work spouse” – someone at work whom you can gossip with, confide in and even grab
Like for so many Games before, Canadians have a strong interest in the upcoming Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Employees may not always be able to watch the Olympics in real time, but they’ll still find a way to watch, whether they’re allowed to or not. They’ll also talk about it with colleagues, catch up on
Do you have a colleague who’s your “go-to” friend at the office? Someone you can gossip with, confide in and even grab a drink with after work? If so, then you have a work spouse – and you’re not alone. You’re a part of the vast majority of business professionals who have a special relationship
As the world descends upon South Korea for the 2018 Winter Olympics, business professionals across the United States will have their eyes peeled on Pyeongchang. 56% of business professionals plan to watch the Winter Games, according to an Office Pulse study of 568 white-collar workers. US businesses will lose $1.7B in lost productivity due
61%of business professionals received a raise in 2017, according to an Office Pulse satisfaction survey of Canadian white-collar workers. This may have contributed to the 69% of respondents who say they feel satisfied at work. Of those receiving a raise in the last quarter, a massive 40% were Millennials. Do you feel satisfied at work?
65%of business professionals received a raise in 2017, according to an Office Pulse satisfaction survey of 650 white-collar workers, down a hair from 66% in 2016. However, 2017 was a productive year for women in the workplace in terms of raises, promotions and overall workplace satisfaction. Read the full article on Office Pulse.
Most business professionals (77%) plan to watch Super Bowl LII between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles, according to an Office Pulse study of 615 white-collar workers. While many plan to watch the most-hyped sporting event of the year, most said the big game won’t impact the start of their work week. 89% of
One in three business professionals (33%) received a raise in Q1, down from 40% in Q1 of 2016, according to Office Pulse’s Quarterly Satisfaction Survey, however workplace satisfaction remains high. Salary Sweet Spot 3% remains the going rate for raises. Of those who received a raise in Q1, 28% reported getting a 3% raise. That
March Madness is set to consume American businesses, with more white-collar workers expected to indulge in the tournament this year than in 2016. Don’t put it past employees to find a way to watch – they’ll be doing all they can to keep up with the tournament while prioritizing brackets over spreadsheets. In total, over