BrandPost: How to Facilitate a ‘Work Hard, Play Hard’ Work Culture

Companies today expect more from their employees and, for the most part, employees are willing to give it. But it’s just as important for employees to play hard as it is for them to work hard, otherwise they risk burnout—and that’s not good for anyone. By offering onsite services, companies can create a “work hard, play hard” culture that benefits everyone. 

Employees are routinely working more than full time. According to a Gallup poll, adults who work full time in the U.S. work an average of 47 hours per week. Half of all full-time workers surveyed by Gallup reported that they work more than 40 hours a week, and nearly 40% said they work at least 50 hours a week. 

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from Computerworld



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