Hampton, N.H. (April 28, 2015) – CAREEREALISM, a career advice and employment branding site, released the results of its 2015 employee perks vs. company culture survey that polled its 1,000,000 monthly readers. Of the 1,000,000 monthly readers, over 800 people took the survey. Readers were prompted to respond to what is more important to them, company culture or employee perks. CAREEREALISM Media compiled the responses and found these results:
- 66% of the participants said that a strong company culture is more important to them (company’s belief/values)
- 26% of the participants voted in favor of employee perks (flexible schedule, ping pong tables in office, etc.)
- 8% of the participants did not know the difference between employee perks and company culture.