Different Rules for Different Workers?


Most companies strive to maintain work/life balance, but a recent survey by CareerBuilder.com suggests they might not always be balanced in their approach to who benefits from these policies.

 

According to the survey, more than 21% of workers who have never been married believe their companies show favoritism to married co-workers over single ones. Nearly 30% of these workers believe their company provides more flexibility for married co-workers.

 

Source: CareerBuilder.com, www.careerbuilder.com.

 

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