Archive for Time vs. Money Survey

Time vs. Money: Napping in the Workplace

Let’s face it, folks. Mornings are tough for most people. Odds are, you hit the snooze button at least once this morning and if you had enough time to make an actual breakfast, you’re lucky. You get to the office and spend all morning kicking back cups of coffee, trying to get in the groove.  You work up an appetite, eat a burrito for lunch and by 1pm you’re in desperate need of a nap.

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Time vs. Money: Making everyday activities more accessible could help attract top talent

As mentioned in our previous post, our recent Time Vs. Money survey left us with a lot to think about. We conducted a telephone survey of 1,024 working adults (18 years and older) to provide an overview of working Americans’ attitudes on compensation in the workplace related to salary, time off, benefits and perks. On top of findings regarding salary and time off, we found a lot of surprising information about balancing work and life.

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Time vs. Money: Survey shows American workers value cash over time off

Here at Accounting Principals, we’re always looking for the latest industry and workplace insight to share with our clients and job seekers. This year, we conducted a telephone survey among a nationally representative sample of 1,024 working adults 18 years of age and older, living in the United States. This study provides an overview of working Americans’ attitudes on compensation in the workplace related to salary, time off, benefits and perks. In this new blog series, we’ll break down the results.

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