A lot of people think that their job is to be “hands on” or “hands off” with their employer.
However, according to a recent study, many of these same people may not know the difference between hands and feet, or between a good job and a bad job.
The study found that people are paying more attention to their hands and their feet when they’re at work, and this leads to more absenteeism, and fewer hours of work per week.
The study, “Workplace Hand-onness and Job Satisfaction: A Comparison of Mechanical, Mechanical Cleaning, and Industrial Worker Salaries” was conducted by the International Labor Organization (ILO) in collaboration with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA), a national non-profit, to explore this question.
The researchers interviewed more than 1,000 industrial and professional cleaners and janitors across Canada.
They also asked them about their perceptions of their job and their pay.
In their findings, the researchers found that:There were significant differences in how workers perceived their jobs, ranging from a lack of awareness of the difference to a belief that they were just being “hands-on.”
Some cleaners and cleaners were more likely to be paid less than the other cleaners and cleaning supplies.
As the authors of the study explained, it was unclear if this difference is attributable to different levels of education or simply that the cleaner was less qualified, because the data on this is not collected.
In addition, there were significant pay differences across the different industries where the study was conducted.
The findings are published in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine.