Take Your Dog to Work! (INFOGRAPHIC)
Posted by Lindsey Ruane on 5th June 2017
Are you ready for Take Your Dog to Work Day on
Friday, June 23rd? Find out why dog-friendly offices attract and retain happy
employees in the below graphic. Did you know that 90% of people wish they
worked in a dog-friendly office and 32% would be willing to take a pay cut of
10% of more?
Looking to make your office dog friendly? See our Top 10 Tips for a Successful Dog-Friendly Office to make it successful for everyone.
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