Jeff Miller of Cornerstone shares how being on all the time has affected all his coworkers and what the hell is do to stop the madness.
Fifty-eight percent of Americans consider themselves workaholics , according to a new inspect. On average, U.S. workers enter longer hours and take less vacation time than employees worldwide. And it’s no wonder. In the U.K ., fellowships are legally required to offer 28 dates of paid leave per year, while the U.S. having no federal edict. On exceed of that, the growth of technology attains it easier than ever to be always on. In one study, 22% of U.S. workers reported checking their email in the middle of the nighttime, while 58% check it in bed just after waking up.
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