Sep 15, 2015 12:06 PM
CONCORD – Balancing work, free time, family and sleep has always been a dilemma for most Americans.
But now, a new study found employers are pushing employees to function like machines – leaving people spent of all energy.
The Energy Project studied 20,000 employees in conjunction with the Harvard Business Review and found more than half of the people said they lack regular time for creative thinking, the ability to focus on one task at a time, opportunities to do what they enjoy most and opportunities to learn.
It also found that most workers struggled to balance work and home life.
The conclusion of the study – to find a good balance between work and free time.
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