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I forgot one To buy alarm clock. By the same author: Verizon Communications. I can’t get out of the House, I’ve locked me in. My drain is clogged. I have scattered me pepper in the eye. “Smaller teams, increased workload and longer working hours are results of the economic crisis,”Jason Ferrara, senior career Adviser at CareerBuilder explains.”The best way is to be open and honest with the supervisor. More and more employers extend the definition of sick leave for employees, just need a day off already, to recharge their batteries.” Survey methodology: This online survey was carried out by personified on behalf of CareerBuilder among 481 employees and 258 recruiters in the UK, that CareerBuilder may have used in the past. The survey was in the period of November 17 carried out December 2, 2009. With a pure random sample of 481 workers and 792 superiors, it can be said with 95 percent probability that the overall results of sampling errors of +/-4.47 percentage points and +/-exhibit 6.1 percentage points.

About CareerBuilder: CareerBuilder is a leading provider of solutions for human resources, which helps companies to identify their main asset and to win: the staff. The careers website of the company CareerBuilder.com is the largest site of its kind in the United States and has more than 23 million unique visitors, 1 million advertised vacancies and 31 million resumes. CareerBuilder works with the best employers around the world and provides resources for all personnel areas – from branding the staff search through data analysis to recruitment of talents. The proprietary technology for the vacancies from CareerBuilder is integrated into the career section of more than 9 000 sites, among 140 newspapers and broadband band portals such as MSN and AOL. CareerBuilder is owned by Gannett Co., Inc.

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