News: Indians are power dressers, slog in office

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Indians are power dressers, slog in office

According to an Economic Times report, findings of a CareerBuilder survey indicate that India is the only country where half the workers are likely to be spotted in business formals. It is quite high as compared to just 11% in the US. It also said the 29 per cent of workers never bring work home. The CareerBuilder survey was on the average workday in the world's 10 largest economies, the report added. The survey was conducted online within the US, India, Brazil, France, China, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and the UK by Harris Interactive on behalf of CareerBuilder among 400 to 2,279 full-time employed hiring managers and HR professionals in each country between May 9 and June 5, 2013.

According to an Economic Times report, findings of a CareerBuilder survey indicate that India is the only country where half the workers are likely to be spotted in business formals. It is quite high as compared to just 11% in the US. It also said the 29 per cent of workers never bring work home. The CareerBuilder survey was on the average workday in the world's 10 largest economies, the report added. The survey was conducted online within the US, India, Brazil, France, China, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and the UK by Harris Interactive on behalf of CareerBuilder among 400 to 2,279 full-time employed hiring managers and HR professionals in each country between May 9 and June 5, 2013.

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