4 Ways to Leave Work On Time Without Feeling Guilty

Today’s world is busy, and people are working longer hours each and every year. It seems no matter how much work we get done during the day there is always more and many of us work much longer hours than we should. It seems it’s impossible to leave the office on time. What if there was a way through better organization and time management to leave the office on time guilt free?

Reflect on these key points:

  • Simply put, working long hours is bad for your health and bad for your work.
  • Those who work more than 55 hours a week have a 33% increased risk of stroke
  • Despite the evidence that long work hours accomplish very little, our tendency to work far beyond the 40-hour workweek shows no sign of stopping

“It may not feel like it when 6pm, 7pm, or even 9pm rolls around and you’re still at the office, but over time those extra hours build up into increased risk of cardiovascular disease, generally poor health, and fatigue.”

Read full article here: https://blog.todoist.com/2016/03/17/how-to-leave-work-on-time/