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62% of Irish employees get no recognition for overtime work?

Posted by Triona Cahalane on Thu, Nov 3, 2011



A recent survey from recruitment consultancy firm Robert Walters has suggested that more than half (62%) of Irish employees receive no recognition from employers for working overtime.

 “Our survey clearly shows that the days of working 9-5 are long gone, with the majority of Irish professionals working longer hours for no extra remuneration,” said Louise Campbell, managing director of Robert Walters Ireland.

“Employers demand more out of existing staff in a downturn, and many would expect their employees to complete their workload irrespective of standard working hours,” said Campbell.

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Topics: Work-Life Balance