STFU, Conservatives
sarahlee310:


In today’s ever-increasingly cutthroat work environment, a common notion among employees and bosses alike tends to be, “he who works latest works best.” And while it seems that the 40-hour work week has been largely dispensed with in our hardworking culture, new studies show that working more very seldom produces better results. Employees work many more hours now than they have in the past, but it’s coming at the expense of health, happiness, and even productivity. While it looks good to be the first to arrive and the last to leave work each day, it turns out that putting in 60 hours of work each week may do more harm than good in achieving end results. This infographic examines some of the lesser-known statistics regarding overtime work and its effects, and through it one thing becomes extremely clear: To boost productivity and foster excellent employees, the best thing businesses can do is to bring back the 40-hour work week.
(via Bring back the 40-hour work week | TechRepublic)

Frankly, I think we should be pushing for 32 hour work weeks. Let more folks be employed and everyone enjoy a bit more time actually living.

sarahlee310:

In today’s ever-increasingly cutthroat work environment, a common notion among employees and bosses alike tends to be, “he who works latest works best.” And while it seems that the 40-hour work week has been largely dispensed with in our hardworking culture, new studies show that working more very seldom produces better results. Employees work many more hours now than they have in the past, but it’s coming at the expense of health, happiness, and even productivity. While it looks good to be the first to arrive and the last to leave work each day, it turns out that putting in 60 hours of work each week may do more harm than good in achieving end results. This infographic examines some of the lesser-known statistics regarding overtime work and its effects, and through it one thing becomes extremely clear: To boost productivity and foster excellent employees, the best thing businesses can do is to bring back the 40-hour work week.

(via Bring back the 40-hour work week | TechRepublic)

Frankly, I think we should be pushing for 32 hour work weeks. Let more folks be employed and everyone enjoy a bit more time actually living.

  1. smdy reblogged this from stfuconservatives
  2. problemsolver reblogged this from sarahlee310
  3. iturnedintoatree reblogged this from stfuconservatives
  4. dandelionbreaks reblogged this from stfuconservatives
  5. kogiopsis reblogged this from littlealligator and added:
    So the bit about the ratio of average hours worked and average annual pay? That, to me, is the most compelling sign that...
  6. faithcantblog reblogged this from stfuconservatives
  7. damegreywulf reblogged this from stfuconservatives and added:
    Previously, my work was literally working me to death. I had four days of ten hour shifts, and then would get...
  8. urbandejavu reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president and added:
    In today’s ever-increasingly cutthroat work environment, a common notion among employees and bosses alike tends to be,...
  9. leftistshuffle reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president
  10. iamnineonefour reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president
  11. valence-leclerc reblogged this from arsenicfish
  12. trenchkamen reblogged this from stfuconservatives and added:
    Every time I try to discuss this, I get slapped down as lazy. No, really. Clearly I think this is a good idea because I...
  13. arsenicfish reblogged this from lycanthropeful
  14. lycanthropeful reblogged this from sarahlee310 and added:
    This is both really interesting (and sad) AND very well-designed.
  15. im-not-digging-it reblogged this from stfuconservatives
  16. manicpixiedreamsloth reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president
  17. slobaum reblogged this from nicknameless and added:
    Do yourself a favor and read this infographic.
  18. nicknameless reblogged this from stfuconservatives
  19. lafrondeuse reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president and added:
    I would love a 32 hour week - sadly, I wouldn’t be able to pay bills and save as much as I do currently. And even on my...
  20. enigmaticattraction reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president
  21. onehundreddollars reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president
  22. novaless reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president
  23. littlelotpowershot reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president
  24. bitchdontcallmenoboots reblogged this from reagan-was-a-horrible-president
  25. reagan-was-a-horrible-president reblogged this from silas216
  26. silas216 reblogged this from sarahlee310
blog comments powered by Disqus