A company has to have a “buyer” remorse for the loss of sales, according to a report from the American Conservative.
The group found that just 15% of companies had one.
The rest had a buyer’s remorse score of at least 70%.
The report is the first to analyze the experiences of prospective employees and employers.
The authors of the report also examined the experience of the workforce, finding that hiring managers are far more likely to be fired than employees in the rest of the organization.
The study found that an average of 3% of the companies surveyed had a “no-hiring” policy.
The report found that only 1% of employers were willing to offer employees the opportunity to take an unpaid leave of absence.
A majority of employers had no plans to offer paid leave.
The majority of companies have “a no-harming” policy, according the report.
The remaining companies do not offer paid family leave.
Companies with “no no-smoking” policies are more likely than the average to offer the opportunity for paid leave to employees.
The American Conservatives report also looked at hiring managers, finding them to be more likely for companies to offer a paid leave policy than the rest.
The most common reason for a no-no policy was a “need to protect” the employee.
About 12% of managers said they felt pressure to use leave because they were threatened by litigation.
Of those that said they needed to protect themselves, 22% said they had been forced to give up their job because they had to use a leave policy.
Of the remaining 12%, more than a third of them said that the company did not have a policy.
It’s important to note that this was not a random sample of the company.
It looked at all the companies in the survey.
It included all the firms in the top 20% of employee satisfaction, and all of the firms that had employees with a “willingness to leave the company.”