White Vs Blue Collar Workers | Meaning & Definition | Akrivia HCM

White-collar and blue-collar workers typically have different pay grades and job requirements that make it difficult to compare one to the other. However, white-collar workers are often better off than blue-collar workers because they typically have higher salaries, more benefits, and better hours. White-collar workers may have offices, secretaries, and other support staff depending on their role within an organization. Blue-collar workers may work shifts or overtime to meet deadlines, but they are not expected to work past 5 pm each day like some white-collar employees.

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