Few employees put in extra hours without receiving something -- tangible or otherwise -- in return. Companies strive to create a positive work environment where employees feel valued, but many are finding that increasingly long hours are contributing to employee burnout and job dissatisfaction. Whether in recession or recovery, long hours at the office have become more common and are often unavoidable.
According to a recent survey of more than 1,200 professionals conducted by Seamless Corporate Accounts, GrubHub Inc.'s leading online food-ordering and billing service for offices, nearly half (48 percent) of respondents surveyed indicated they work late nights and weekends some or all of the time. ...
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