This week: If it wasn't for the paycheck, would we do this at all?
Employees who “admit to pretending to understand office jargon, even when they really have no idea what it means,” according to American Express. Yet “64 percent still say they use jargon words or phrases multiple times a week.”
Nurses who say “they feel burnt out in their current job,” according to CareerBuilder. Of those, “54 percent of nurses rate their stress level at work as high.” Not good for their health — or ours.
Employees who say they have “toxic workplace leaders,” according to Life Meets Work. That means “exhibits behaviors such as publicly belittling subordinates, having explosive outbursts, and accepting credit for others’ successes.”
American adults who missed work “due to oral health issues” in 2016, according to Delta Dental Plans. Weirdly, it’s not old people who miss the most work because of “toothaches, pain and unplanned trips to the dentist.” It was millennials, at 33 percent.
Article last modified on July 21, 2017. Published by Debt.com, LLC .