Are we headed towards a continuous work week? Traditionally we worked during the week and rested on weekends, but the traditional work week is evaporating before our eyes.
Cannot be ill, cannot be good?
Twelve-hour shifts, rotating rosters and unpredictable schedules are associated with a host of medical problems, that’s according to an article in the Financial Times this morning on whether we are working our way headlong towards non-stop work.
Joining Kieran to discuss the changing work week was Sir Cary Cooper, Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at University of Manchester Business School and Managing Director of Futurewise Peter Cosgrove...
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