worker-adjusts-watch-1365362-mEveryone knows working long hours is directly linked to serious health issues like stress and heart disease. Yet we still put in longer and longer hours at our jobs, both on-site and during what used to be called “our own time.” We're now occupied with answering work-related emails and returning work-related phone calls nearly round-the-clock.

But, says Lea McLeod, founder of The Job Success Lab, working longer hours doesn’t equate to higher productivity. “In fact,” she writes in an article on Business Insider, “consistently working more than 40 hours a week can make you less productive.” Here’s how McLeod suggests you achieve this elusive goal: (more…)

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