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Are You Better Off Working Shorter Weeks? The Results May Surprise You

Are You Better Off Working Shorter Weeks? The Results May Surprise You

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    Staying late in the office might be hurting your life.

    We all know how stress can pile up at the end of the week. Often times we just put up with it, thinking that enduring long work hours is productive.

    Contrary to popular belief, working 40-hours per week is not healthy. This could be due to the “running down the clock” mindset over “I need to do as much work as I can due to the limited time I have” way of thinking.

    Companies who are serious about increasing the quality of work around the office should consider how time is spent while working, over simply lingering around when completing tasks. Studies have shown that shorter, more productive work hours are directly linked to work commitment and satisfaction. Employees are also less prone to sickness and anxiety.

    In the end, shorter work weeks are a win-win situation for management and employees.

    Winding Down the Work Week [Infographic] | PGI

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    Published on September 8, 2019

    The Lifehack Show Episode 7: Following Your Calling

    The Lifehack Show Episode 7: Following Your Calling

    In this episode, Joseph Wilner, licensed clinical psychotherapist and certified life-coach, talks about finding and fulfilling your calling in life. Joseph blends his passion of music, and following his dreams of being a drummer, with his expertise in psychology to help people live a more intentional and meaningful life.

    Joseph believes everyone has a calling, or several callings, where their passions and strengths can merge to create a successful life of contribution and significance.

     

      Joseph Wilner

      Episode 7: Following Your Calling

      Also available on Apple Podcasts and YouTube.

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