Ambition gets the better of UK workforce

It
seems that some workers will go to any length to get a promotion. 

A
new survey reveals that more than one-in-10 staff admit they would flirt with
their boss in order to gain a promotion.  

Furthermore,
6 per cent of employees wouldn’t think twice about spreading rumours and gossip
about their work colleagues if it got them the job, according to the research
by The Job Channel.

The survey also
reveals that 66 per cent of workers are prepared to learn a new language and 62
per cent would gain a professional qualification to land a new job.

One in four
would even relocate away from friends and family to achieve their employment
goals.

By Ben Willmott

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