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18:07 16 April 2024
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Survey: 62% employees expect a raise, 30% expect four-day work week

Survey: 62% employees expect a raise, 30% expect four-day work week
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Out of 10 surveyed employees, 6 prefer raises over other employer benefits, with over half desiring bonuses, and 30% opting for a four-day workweek, according to a Tuesday-published study, "Polish Job Market Barometer." Companies accustomed to offering bonuses like holiday packages, private healthcare, or gym memberships now face shifting employee preferences.

Among respondents, 62% favor raises, 56% desire bonuses, and 31% seek commuting subsidies. Other expectations include remote work 2-3 times a week (18%), a four-day workweek (30%), and free workplace meals (28%). Currently, 37% utilize non-wage benefits, a 7% increase from last year. Agility is emphasized as crucial for organizations to adapt to changing employee needs amidst economic shifts, including inflation and looming AI challenges.

The survey, conducted by Personnel Service via CAWI method, polled 1065 individuals and 329 employers between January 24th and February 1st, 2024, with follow-ups from January 29th to February 8th, 2024.

Source: PAP


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