Our most recent poll focused on surveys. We decided the time had come to ask questions about salary and a little bit more, so we launched our latest in-depth survey through an independent research company earlier this month. If you haven’t already taken it, please do. It’s only three minutes. Here’s the link: bit.ly/3KNsTx2
To our question “What makes you most likely to take a survey?”, 46 percent said they’ll take a survey because they’re curious about the results; 43 percent said they take surveys because it leads to useful data; six percent they’ll take surveys if they’re short, and six percent said they like sharing their opinion.
Out Twitter followers were split, 50 percent said they’re curious about the results and the other half said they like sharing their opinion.
Our poll last week focused on the many reasons why people in O&P volunteer their time. A majority of those who responded, 70 percent, said they volunteer their time and effort as a means of giving back, 17 percent said volunteering is a good learning experience, and 13 percent said it can improve their mental and physical health.
On Twitter, our followers were unanimous, they volunteer as a way to give back.
Our poll this week centers on the work week—namely how long do you think it should be? Four days? Five days? Research has shown that even shaving an hour or two off the standard 40-hour workweek can have huge benefits, at work and at home.
Our question “How long do you think an ideal workweek should be?” is up and in full swing. Tell us what you think. We’d love to hear from you.