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Workstyles and gender

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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 ...

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? www.wrike.com/

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    • Brought to you by . Project management software that makes life easier. Infographic based on an online survey with 1,915 respondents. Brought to you by . Project management software that makes life easier. Infographic based on an online survey with 1,915 respondents. Insight into working habits of male and female workers WORKSTYLES AND GENDER WHAT PRODUCTIVITY TECHNIQUES DO WE RELY ON IN WORK? MEN TAKE OVERWORKING A BIT EASIER The satisfaction rate depends on the job position Executives Business ownersTeam members Personal work hacks more trusted among women GTD and other known methods more popular among men More women than men see interruptions as the biggest productivity killer Prospective reward motivates fewer women than men PRODUCTIVITY KILLER SPEAKING OF MOTIVATION HABITS IN SHARING WORK Who relies on delegation? Who aims to get everything done by themselves? Satisfied with work-life balance