Why the ‘always on’ culture must be switched off

‘Always on’ managers are now working 29 days extra per year and suffering rising stress levels,  according to the 2016 Quality of Working Life study carried out by the CMI and Work Psychology Group.

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It’s time the ‘always on’ culture was switched off, with line managers being encouraged to support an ‘always willing’ mindset that reflects the give-and-take necessary for work-life balance.

Download the report in full from the CMI.

One thought on “Why the ‘always on’ culture must be switched off

  1. Being constantly busy makes me unproductive as it does not give me headroom to think a problem through and come up with an alternative better solution

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