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Forget Work Perks, UK Workers Want a Higher Wage Instead

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Nearly two thirds of full time working Brits would rather have a higher wage instead of work perks, according to a recent survey conducted by conference calling provider, Conference Genie.

According to the research conducted on 2,000 full-time workers based in the UK, the main day-to-day work perks that employees want are free food (38%) and flexitime (28%). But ultimately, 62% of UK works still prefer a higher wage over work perks.

The results show that desired work perks differ when it comes to age groups, but they do share one similarity. 18-24 year-olds seem to be the most materialistic, as having a clothing allowance and getting a work tablet/phone come in their top three desired perks. However, free food reigns as the top everyday work perk for all age groups.

SOURCE: onrec.com

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Stuart has over 10 year’s experience in and around the recruitment industry, working his way up from a Production Editor to Director of Onrec.

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