Desperate times call for desperate measures. How far would an employee go to keep a job?
According to a new workplace insights survey conducted by Adecco North America Group, 28 percent of respondents said they would commit a dishonest act including blaming co-workers for mistakes, blackmail, and flirting with a superior in order to keep their jobs.
Of the Generation Y portion that was polled, 41 percent said they would be dishonest.
Forty-four percent of men polled between the ages of 18-35 said that they would do something dishonest.
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