Too Close for Comfort?
Twenty-five percent of women say having a one-on-one work meeting with a man would be inappropriate, compared
to 22 percent of men, according to a recent poll of 5,282 adults.
Source: Morning Consult, Washington, on behalf of the New York Times
Compiled by Michael J. O'Brien
Illustrations by Marthe Roberts/Shea
Source: Willis Towers Watson, Arlington, Va.
When 500 members of
the Class of 2016 were
asked about the number
of jobs they've held
college, 49 percent
said they have already
had at least two jobs.
Source: Disability Management Employer Coalition, San Diego,
and The Standard Insurance Co., Portland, Ore.
The Power of the Press
Seventy-one percent of 3,462 full-time U.S. workers surveyed say they would not apply to
a company experiencing negative press.
Source: CareerBuilder, Chicago
HSAs' Rising Balances
According to an analysis of how
health-savings accounts are
being used, average individual
and employer contributions
increased from $2,348 to $2,922
between 2011 and 2016.
Source: Employee Benefit Research
Source: JLL, Chicago
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