Some 8 in 10 workers (79%) say they would not accept a job with a higher salary from a company that fails to act against employees involved in sexual harassment, according to recent research from The Manifest.
The report was based on data from a survey of 540 full-time employees who work for businesses of various sizes.
The other company behaviors that most workers would not tolerate are selling user data without users' knowledge (76% say they would not accept a higher-paying job with a company that does so), creating environmental problems (72%), paying female or minority employees less (71%), and lobbying against consumer protection regulations (69%).
Most workers are, however, willing to work for an employer that has political views that differ from their own, the analysis found.
Some 54% of respondents say they would take a job with a higher salary from a company that makes political donations to candidates they dislike.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 540 full-time employees who work for businesses of various sizes.
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