Women Professionals are More Likely to Feel Undervalued at Work
In a new survey by Ipsos Public Affairs sponsored by Randstad US 57% of women stated that they feel their salary is adequate fr their level of responsibility and and job duties compared to 65% of men surveyed.
The study was conducted in Q2 of 2013 and it intended to to clarify workplace opinions on a range of issues including compensation and workplace engagement. The study also found that more women value corporate social responsibility, and flexibility than men and 74% of women polled said that they placed high importance on their companies investing in CSR efforts.
Finally, the survey also found that women cared more about company reputation than men (5% difference).
For a summary of the report see the Randstad press release here.