According to a recent survey, 16% of employees report that they arrive late for work at least once per week. 27% of these confess to coming through the door behind schedule at least once a month. Bosses appear to be even worse. One report revealed that American CEOs don't make it on time to 8 out of every 10 meetings. Tardiness costs businesses in the U.S. more than $3 billion yearly in lost productivity.
According to Wrike's recent survey with almost 2,000 respondents, 88% of men and 85% of women regularly overwork. But who feels more stressed about this matter? What are the other remarkable differences between men's and women's work styles? Learn more in the following infographic.