Study suggests that UK workers prefer holiday allowance over promotion opportunities
A survey of 2000 British adults by eShores has indicated what employees value most from an employer. It found that 91% of Brits find the number of holidays offered by a potential employer as an important factor when looking for work - second only to salary (98%). Third most important was pension plan (89%) followed by opportunities for promotion (78%). Happiness and motivation The study also found that 38% of those who had just been on holiday had good levels of motivation, compared to...
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