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The HR Headmistress' blog

Is Working Nine to Three The New Way to Make a Living?

31st May 2016

In the late 18th century, when companies started to maximize the output of their factories, owners wanted them to be productive round the clock. To make things more efficient, people had to work more hours and 10-16 hour days became the norm.

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Is the UK Economy Cut Out for Shorter Working Days?

5th April 2016

There’s so much discussion about the amount of time people work or don’t work as the case may be. Doctors say work is good for health (but not too much because we can get tired and stressed and that’s bad for us).

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Who’s For Tea?

22nd June 2015

A study by Tetley of 2,000 workers found that 44 per cent believe they are too busy to take a tea break, and one in five don’t take tea breaks in case their boss thinks they are slacking. This is worrying news for Tetley and I’m sure...

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