In a new survey of 507 full-time U.S. employees,
42 percent report their company doesn't offer
any perks, such as flexible working hours,
professional development or a telework option.
Compiled by Michael J. O'Brien
Illustrations by Marthe Roberts/Shea
Source: Harvey Nash Co.
Remote Work on the Rise
A survey of 595 U.S. full-time employees finds that 34 percent say they do most of their work
remotely, up from 31 percent in 2013.
Source: Flex+Strategy Group
Fifty-three percent of 783 U.S.
workers say unequal pay is the
top factor impacting gender
inequality, while 49 percent
attribute the imbalance
to outdated biases and
Source: Randstad US
HR and #Me Too
Six in 10 respondents say their company is "well or outstandingly" prepared to handle a sexual-harassment
complaint, according to a survey of 500 U.S. workers.
According to an analysis of 116 U.S.
cities that included factors such
as employment rates, average
hours worked per week and the
share of workers with multiple jobs,
the top five hardest-working
cities in the U.S. are: