India is leading the way as the hardest working country with 69 percent of full-time employees saying they would work five days a week even if they had the option to work fewer days for the same pay, confirms a survey!
In order to survive at an office, a co working space or any space that makes you an employee cut-throat competition comes without a warning. One needs to constantly adapt himself/herself to the dynamic corporate environment and be upgraded to have an edge on others.
In the rat race of competition at work places today, employment opportunities are going drastically low leading to higher survival rates.
As per a recent study, India doesn’t shy away from going the extra mile as it emerges to be the hardest working country in the world.
69 percent of Indians said that they would work five days a week even if they had the option of working fewer days a week for the same pay, PTI reports said.
In the second place, 43 per cent of workers in Mexico were ready to buy the five-day week deal followed by 27 per cent workforce in the United State.
With a sample size of 2,772 employees, Future Workplace on behalf of Kronos Incorporated conducted the survey research between July 31, 2018, and August 09, 2018. Full-time and part-time employees across more than 10 countries.