productivity, communication, work breaks, sleep
Although the status quo in the business world is to work long hours and supposedly produce more each workweek, studies show that working less and taking appropriately regulated breaks actually lead to more productivity in individuals and businesses as a whole. Specifically companies would be wise to implement a limit of 50 work hours per week, encourage frequent breaks (about 15 minute every hour), and encourage patterns of sufficient sleep. By reducing mental fatigue in your employees, their productivity will increase.
"Make More, Work Less,"
Marriott Student Review: Vol. 3
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/marriottstudentreview/vol3/iss4/1
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