Do Longer Work Weeks Equal More Productivity?

Submitted by: Lorna Love

Advances in technology has made it extremely easy to access work documents and emails from anywhere with an internet connection. It’s become so easy that you don’t mind checking emails and editing documents while you’re at your child’s soccer game or even on vacation. This has caused the lines between work hours and personal time to blur.

Many believe more work hours means more productivity. However, the  Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) and the Economist has data that proves otherwise.

In our newest infographic, we explore the various ways the 40-hour work week continues to evolve.

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