Looking after your staff is the new working them to the bone, don’t you know? These days, many firms are getting the best of the staff by truly engaging with their needs and providing for them – not burning them out and trying to extort as many hours of labour from them as a solitary day will allow.
Executive Grapevine reported last week on the insidious nature of overwork around the world. In South Korea, until changes come into force this June, the maximum working week still sits at 68 hours.
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