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MONSTER OY              PRESS RELEASE 1 AUG 2007
A survey by Monster asked nearly 5,000 European employees “How environmentally friendly is your workplace?”. The responses were distributed as follows:
25%    We are proud of our environmental friendliness (e.g. we switch off the lights and computers every evening).
29%    Somewhat, we recycle newspapers and magazines.
37%    Not at all, I have not heard of any company initiative to preserve the environment.
9%      I don’t know.
The answers of Finnish respondents reflect a slightly better situation: 36% were proud of their companies’ environmental friendliness and 29% say that they at least recycle newspapers and magazines.
Companies could make a positive environmental impact through small changes in their working methods and habits. The survey, however, indicates that although climate-related issues are politically important, workplaces and employees are slower to adopt environmental thinking.
The results of the most recent Monster poll are based on replies received between June 4 and 18, 2007 from a total of 4,994 respondents throughout Europe. The results are available in Finnish on
More information:
Tiina Laisi-Puheloinen, Marketing Manager, Monster Oy, tel. +358 40 594 3559 or is Finland’s leading online recruitment service. It has continuously increased its market share and in 2006 the number of job vacancies on its pages grew by more than 50 % on the previous year. Some 220,000 different job applicants visit the pages every month. Monster is owned by Alma Media Corporation (75 %) and Monster Inc. (25 %).
Monster offers prospective employers an effective online forum for job advertising; in addition to the online pages it enables advertisements to be placed in Finland’s leading business and tabloid dailies, Kauppalehti and Iltalehti. More information at
  • Published: 1.8.2007, 11:00
  • Category: Press release, Releases

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