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Studies show people who work less are more likely to get a raise or
bonus than those who overwork. Mark Johanson reports on the downside of
long working hours

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Japan’s efforts to make it easier for women to work are faltering.
Women’s participation in the workforce is high but their status is low

Imagine working for an employer who, aware that you’re probably not
sleeping enough at night, allows you to down tools and nap as part of
your regular work duties – and not just forty winks at your desk, but a
restorative snooze in a quiet room.

钻探显得工时长度比较少的人更易于获得加薪或表彰。MarkJohanson广播发表了办事时间长度的收缩趋势。

Japan has a culture of long working hours, but even in this generally
tough and stressful working environment some companies stand out because
of the complete disregard for their employees’ well-being. They are
known as “black companies” and anyone who has ever wanted to experience
what working for such organizations is like, without actually getting a
job at one, can find out by applying for a special event called “The
Black Holiday”.

SHINZO ABE, Japan’s prime minister, is an unlikely champion of women’s
empowerment. A lifelong conservative and the leader of a party that for
decades battled feminism, Mr Abe has undergone a conversion, prompted by
Japan’s alarming demography: the workforce is projected to shrink by
about 25m people—well over a third—by 2060. Meanwhile, millions of
university-educated women sit at home, their talents squandered, says
Kathy Matsui of Goldman Sachs. “Japan has more to gain than most
countries from raising female labour participation.”

虚构到您中午大概睡眠不足,允许你放下职业去平息,何况,不是在桌子的上面趴一会儿,而是在二个安静的房内好好睡一觉,养足精神。那样的小业主你能设想吧?

By Mark Johanson

东瀛平昔有工时长的思想意识,但正是在这种大面积严格高压的工作遇到下,如故有一对厂家“横空出世”,因为它们统统不在乎职员和工人幸不美满。这种合作社被可以称作“黑集团”,任何想感受在黑集团专门的学业的痛感,又不想的确在那边就职的人,能够通过提请“白灰假期”的专门活动来贯彻。

Yet, four years into Mr Abe’s stint in office, and 17 years since Ms
Matsui coined the term “womenomics”, the government is still struggling
to make Japanese women “shine”, its clumsy rhetorical catchphrase for
raising the standing of women at work. The latest gender-gap index
published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) ranks Japan 111th out of 144
countries, a fall of ten places since 2015. Just 9.5% of the members of
Japan’s lower house are women, putting the country 155th in the world by
that measure. Under Mr Abe, the number of female directors at Japanese
firms has inched up—to a paltry 2.7%.

These are some of the measures being used by a growing number of
companies in Japan to counter an epidemic of sleeplessness that costs
its economy an estimated $138bn a year.

13 January 2017

It’s hard to imagine anyone ever wanting to experience what a ‘black
company’ is like, but especially so on Friday, November 23, when Japan
celebrates Labor Thanksgiving Day. It’s a national holiday and a rare
opportunity to enjoy a long weekend free of work-related stress. But
that’s exactly why the organizers of The Black Holiday chose this date
for their special event. What better way to emphasize just how bad
working for a black company can be than having you do it on your day
off, right?

东瀛供销合作社也是操碎了心亚洲必赢官网app(:,日本劳动节。The government takes credit for adding about 1m women to the workforce
since 2012. At 66%, the female participation rate is now among the
highest in the world, says Masako Mori, a former minister of state for
gender equality. That is largely the result, say critics, of Japan’s
drum-tight labour market rather than of innovative policies. Mindful
that most of these jobs are far down the corporate totem pole , the
government has also revived a decade-old target of having women occupy
30% of “leadership positions” by 2020. But it admits that this goal is
nowhere near being met.

那只是东瀛尤其多的小卖部为了对抗遍布的心悸症选择的一局地措施。据揣度,职员和工人烧伤每年导致东瀛经济损失1380亿欧元(9454.8亿元毛曾外祖父)。

When Stuart Nomimizu relocated from Birmingham, England, to Tokyo his
friends and family in the UK started to worry. Not only did they rarely
hear from him, but he seemed to always be at the office from early
morning until very late at night. His working hours seemed so extreme,
that they didn’t always believe he was working as hard as he said.

莫明其妙会有人想体验在“黑公司”工作是如何,尤其是在5月26日(刚好是星期三)——东瀛的勤劳感激日这一天。那是东瀛的国家官方节日,也是难得能享受未有职业压力的长周六的机缘。但那多亏“威尼斯绿假期”的指挥者要选用这一天来开设特意活动的缘故。还会有怎么样比在努力谢谢日为黑公司打工更能彰显恶劣工作条件的啊?

The government has done more to improve women’s lot than these
statistics suggest, insists Haruko Arimura, a former minister in charge
of women’s empowerment: “For the first time ever we are talking not
about if women should be in charge, but how.” Ms Arimura helped pass a
landmark law last year aimed at ending corporate sexism. Companies and
bureaucracies with 300 or more employees must reveal how many female
workers and managers they employ, and set targets for promoting them.
The aim, she says, is to shame male bosses into doing better.

Tech startups have been quickest to address the “sleep debt” among
irritable and unproductive employees.

StuartNomimizu从United Kingdom多特Mond搬到了东京(Tokyo),他United Kingdom的恋人和妻儿很令人担心。不仅是因为她俩非常少收到她的来信,并且她仿佛总是在办公室,从很早待到很晚。他的行事时间就如太过于苛刻,乃至于他们并不总是相信她如她说的一律拼命干活。

Super Miracle Happy, the fictitious black company that 30 “lucky”
applicants will have the chance to work for during The Black Holiday, is
actually made up of a group of Japanese actors who will do their best to
replicate the working environment of real black companies. It’s unclear
what exactly these volunteers will experience during their one-day
employment, but we do know that the actors’ performances will be based
on true stories from people who have worked in Japanese black
companies.?

Public opinion is clearly shifting. For the first time most Japanese
people agree that mothers should be allowed to continue their careers,
according to a new survey by the Cabinet Office. A string of stories has
appeared in the media on the once-overlooked problem of matahara (a
portmanteau of “maternity” and “harassment”). The fact that roughly 47%
of women leave work after having children has occasioned much
hand-wringing, too. It is especially unfortunate, the WEF notes, since
Japanese women are healthier, better-educated and longer-lived than
their peers almost anywhere else in the world.

科学技术初创公司是最早选用措施来化解职工缺觉难题的。牙痛导致职员和工人急躁易怒、生产效用低下。

To convince them, he documented one week of his life as a so-called
“salaryman” in Tokyo’s financial-services industry and posted it online
so they could understand his new lifestyle.

其一设想的“黑公司”名叫“超级神迹欢欣”,将录用30名“幸运的”求职者在持之以恒感激日为其行事。那个编造公司实际上是由一批东瀛歌手组成的,他们将竭力模拟真实黑公司的劳作情形。方今还不晓得那几个志愿者在一天的打工进程上将经历哪些,但我们知道的是明星的演出将依附以前在扶桑黑公司职业职员的实在旧事。

Ms Arimura, a mother of two, recalls the petty harassment she suffered
when she opted for a political career: “People said they felt sorry for
my children and husband.” She believes such attitudes can be fought with
public leadership and greater state support. The government has promised
to end a chronic shortage of child care by the end of next year. A
trickier problem, she acknowledges, may be calcified working practices.

Last year, Nextbeat, an IT service provider, went as far as setting up
two “strategic sleeping rooms” – one for men, the other for women – at
its headquarters in Tokyo. The aroma-infused rooms feature devices that
block out background noise, allowing workers to stretch out on sofas for
an undisturbed kip. Mobile phones, tablets and laptops are banned.

为了让英帝国的对象和亲人信服,他记下了她当做东京(Tokyo)金融服务业一名工薪族的七日的生活,并上传来英特网来让恋人和亲人询问他的新的活着方法。

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Male workers still dominate the most important, full-time positions at
Japanese companies. For most of them, long working hours make doing
their share of child-rearing impossible. Labour reforms introduced a
decade ago, meanwhile, have accelerated the growth in the number of
temporary workers, of whom an outsize share are female. The trend
towards a bifurcated workforce, largely divided by gender, continues
under Mr Abe, says Ayaka Shiomura, a member of Tokyo’s metropolitan
assembly.

二〇一八年,IT服务供应商Nextbeat居然还在日本首都的分公司设立了八个“战术卧房”,三个给女子,一个给男子。这些香气飘散的房子有隔开背景噪声的配备,能让职工在沙发上不受干扰地睡上一觉。手提式有线电话机、三星GALAXY Tab和笔记本计算机都被明令禁止指点房间。

以下正是管理员在应用商讨进程中听到的片段传说:

Companies and unions are loth to dismantle Japan’s employment system,
but without more flexible labour practices, womenomics will fail, warns
Nicholas Benes, the head of the Board Director Training Institute of
Japan. He wants to see a new type of hybrid contract, with sabbaticals
and alternative career paths for mothers, alongside the standard path
for other employees. Parliamentary discussions on workplace reforms are
under way, but the outcome remains uncertain. Some companies, desperate
to keep workers, are already converting irregular positions to full-time
ones, says Ms Matsui. Whatever happens, Mr Abe’s achievement, she says,
has been to change female empowerment from a human-rights issue to an
economic imperative. “That’s a big shift.”

“Napping can do as much to improve someone’s efficiency as a balanced
diet and exercise,” Emiko Sumikawa, a member of the Nextbeat board, told
Kyodo news agency.

Marathon workdays are so entrenched in Japanese culture that  here’s
even a word, karoshi, that quite literally means “overwork death”
(Credit: Alamy)

“If my boss didn’t like you, he’d make you stand by his desk while he
ignored you and fiddled with his PC for four to six hours,” one former
black company employee said.

Nextbeat的董事会成员澄川惠美子告诉共同社说:“睡觉能够和平均的餐饮和陶冶同样升高级程序员作效用。”

马拉松式的专门的职业日在东瀛文化中是增强的,乃至于特意有贰个词语karoshi,字面意思是过劳死。

一名黑集团的前人士说:“假使作者的经理娘不希罕你,他会令你站在她的桌子旁,然后一边无视你三头摆弄他的微型Computer,就这么不断四到三个钟头。”

Nextbeat also asks employees to leave work by 9 pm and to refrain from
doing excessive overtime, which has been blamed on a rising incidence of
karoshi, or death from overwork.

Theresulting
videowent
viral on YouTube, racking up more than one million views. It depicts a
hectic week in 2015 during the financial sector’s busy season — from
January to March — when Nomimizu clocked in 78 working hours and 35
sleeping hours between Monday and Saturday (before working another six
hours that Sunday, which you don’t see in the video).

“For a required ‘development retreat,’ we were confined in a tiny
one-room apartment near our office for several hours,” another person
said.

Nextbeat还请职员和工人在晚间9点前下班,並且尽量不要开快车太久。加班被视为“过劳死”高发的首恶。

录制在YouTube上疯狂流传,点击量当先百万。它记录了在金融业繁忙的季度-13月到七月–艰巨的十二十五日,Nomimizu在周五到周天间专业长达78钟头,睡眠仅仅35钟头(而周天还亟需职业六小时,那在摄像中尚无记录到)。

另一人说:“为了参抓牢制的‘专门的学业发展退修会’,大家被关在集团相近一个狭小的一住宅公寓中长达数小时。”

One company even offers financial incentives to persuade its employees
to shun overtime and get to bed at a reasonable hour. Crazy, a wedding
planning company, awards employees who sleep at least six hours a night
with points that can then be exchanged for food in the company
cafeteria. Using an app to monitor their sleep, workers can accumulate
points worth as much as 64,000 yen a year.

Marathon workdays are so entrenched in the Japanese culture that there’s
even a word, karoshi, that quite literally means ‘overwork death’

“One of the members of the board of directors (the president’s son) took
me to a private room at a bar where he spent two hours trying to
convince me to go on a travel date to Okinawa with him, then got angry
at me for being indecisive when I tried to dodge the question of whether
or not I would go with him.”

一家集团居然提供奖金来讲服职员和工人不要开快车、早点睡觉。婚庆策划企业Crazy用积分表彰那三个每晚至少睡多少个时辰的职工,那个积分能够用来换购公司饭铺的食物。职员和工人业经济过一个利用来监督本人的睡觉时间,一年攒下的积分价值可达6.4万美元(4034元人民币)。

It got to the point where Nomimizu was putting in so many 80-hour work
weeks that he fainted in his apartment one night andcame-to right next
to a TV stand, which he’d narrowly missed.When the rush period was
finally over, he says the entire office got “horrendously sick.”

“一名董事会成员(董事长的外甥)带小编去酒吧的三个包间,在那边他花了多个钟头总括说服自身和她去冲绳岛旅游,后来又因为自个儿意马心猿回避去不去的难点而起火。”

Japanese workers have more reason than most to submit to the urge for a
daytime snooze, whether at work or during long commutes.

幸好由于Nomimizu工时多达80钟头,导致她在一天夜里昏迷在招待所中;去电台,可是遗失了。当这段艰巨的有时终于截至时,他说全体办公都得了“很吓人的病”。

According to a promotional job ad, Super Miracle Happy is a company from
the medical devices sector looking to higher people who “have stamina,
endurance, and never complain”. The poster shows an shadowy and frankly
creepy manager welcoming applicants to “the company that people most
want to quit from in all the world.” Super Miracle Happy is looking for
30 new employees who will have to work in two 90-minute shifts, one
starting 1 pm, and the other at 6 pm, but keep in mind that this is a
black company, so expect some mandatory overtime.

比比较多数国度的职员和工人,东瀛职工有越多理由去享受白天的休息,无论是在劳作之间还是在长时间的通勤路上。

While Nomimizu’s excessive workload was somewhat temporary, he says
“there are people working for companies in Tokyo that do that sort of
workload and have that life day-in, day-out all year long.” Indeed,
marathon workdays are so entrenched in the culture that there’s even a
Japanese word,karoshi, that quite literally means “overwork death.”

基于该市肆的“招聘广告”,“一流神迹快乐”是一家看病设施领域的小卖部,寻求“精力旺盛、忍耐力强、从不抱怨”的高等人才。广告中,多个脸庞蒙着阴影、看上去令人登高履危的经营应接求职者来到“举世大家最想离职的合营社”。“超级奇迹欢腾”公司招聘的30名新职工要两班倒,每一班时间长度90分钟,一班从上午1点伊始,另一班从清晨6点开头,但切记那是一家黑企业,所以将会有强制加班。

A survey conducted using fitness trackers in 28 countries found that
Japanese men and women sleep, on average, just 6 hours and 35 minutes a
night – 45 minutes less than the international average – making them the
most sleep deprived of all.

就算Nomimizu的超负荷职业在自然水准上是临时的,他说“在东京,集团里的人常年承受这种程度的职业量。”
事实上,四分马拉松式的劳作在东瀛知识中是万分抓好的,德语中居然还会有“karoshi”三遍用来汇报过劳死。

IT Media reports that selected applicants are likely to see other
employees of Super Miracle Happy resting in sleeping bags when they
first enter the company’s office, and can expect to be yelled at and
scolded for much of their 90-minute shifts. The organizers acknowledge
that the stress of working for a Japanese black company, even for one
day, could be a bit too much for some people, so they urge selected
candidates that their bosses are really just paid actors playing a role.
Instead of resorting to any kind of violence, stressed-out employees are
invited to offer a letter of resignation if at any point they want to
cut their experience short and go home.

在三十多个国家用强健体魄跟踪器开始展览的一项考察开掘,东瀛男子和女性平均每晚睡眠时间唯有6钟头35分钟,比国际平均水平少45分钟,那代表马来人是天底下最缺觉的人。

据IT
Media网址报导,被圈定的求职者刚进去公司的办公时将或然看到“一级奇迹欢喜”集团的其余干部在睡袋中睡觉,而且在他们90分钟的行事旅长有十分的大片段时间被吼骂责备。组织者认同,在日本黑公司的劳作压力,就算独有一天,也说不定让有个别人承受不住,所以他们会提示被入选的求职者,他们的“高管”其实只是拿钱扮演角色的影星。为了防止人们诉诸于暴力,借使人士在别的时候不堪重负想提前截止经历归家,协会者应接人士提交辞职书。

Finnish women, by contrast, sleep almost an hour longer, with an average
of 7.45 hours. Estonians, Canadians, Belgians, Austrians, as well as the
Dutch and French, all get a comparatively decent night’s sleep,
according to the survey.

It got to the point where Stuart Nomimizu (left) was working so many
80-hour work weeks in Tokyo that he fainted (Credit: Stuart Nomimizu)

While The Black Holiday sounds like a special event for masochists,
SoraNews24 claims that it is actually aimed at two categories of people:
employees dissatisfied with their current jobs, but hesitant to look for
something better (employees hope that the experience will inspire them
to look for better employment opportunities), and managers and
executives (organizers hope that they will have greater empathy for
their employees after spending a day in their shoes).

相对来讲,芬兰共和国女子的平均睡眠时间达7.45小时,比新加坡人的睡眠时间多出临近几个钟头。考察突显,爱沙尼亚人、加拿大人、意大利人、葡萄牙人,还会有法国人和法国人的上床时间都绝对较长。

The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare released the
government’s
firstreporton
karoshi this October, and it found that nearly one in four (23%)
companies have some employees who work more than 80 hours of overtime
per month.

即使“墨日光黄假日”听上去疑似为受虐狂筹算的特别活动,SoraNews24网站提议,这一平移其实针对的是两类人:一类是对当前的办事不满但又拿不定主意是不是要另谋高就的干部(希望这段经历能诱发他们去索求越来越好的干活机会),另一类是经营和老董(协会者希望在心得了一天职员和工人疾苦后她们能对友好的下属有更加强的同理心)。

A separate poll by the health products maker Fuji Ryoki found that 92.6%
of Japanese over the age of 20 said they were not getting enough sleep.

东瀛清洁、劳工与实惠机构在今年五月文告了首回关于过劳死的政坛报告,报告提出唯有23%的商城中有雇员每月工时长度超过80钟头。

保护健康品成立商富士打开的另一项调研发现,20岁以上的马来人有92.6%意味着友好睡眠不足。

If you’re the first person to leave, you won’t be viewed as a team
player

Even weary workers whose employers have yet to officially sanction power
naps at least know that resting their head on their desk for a few
minutes probably won’t get them into trouble. Companies generally
tolerate inemuri – or “sleeping while present” – as a demonstration of
their employees’ commitment rather than as a sign of sloth, although
nappers should generally remain seated and avoid appearing too
comfortable.

“The Japanese have a very high sense of respect for their fellow
colleagues, but there is also an inability to speak one’s mind,”
Nomimizu says. “So you have a lot of people at a lower level who will
stay in the office until their manager leaves at a ridiculously late
hour.” The 26-year-old explains that if you’re the first person to
leave, you won’t be viewed as a team player.

不畏在这一个还未正式同意职员和工人在职业中间补觉的市廛,困倦的职员和工人至少也精晓,在桌子的上面趴几分钟并不会给本人招来辛劳。东瀛集团广大都容忍“上班打瞌睡”,以为那不止不是偷懒,反而还评释职员和工人很称职,可是打瞌睡者平常都坐着,何况睡的榜样还不可能太舒心。

“马来人对此他们的同事具有相当高的敬意,不过个人是不能够讲出本身的想法。”
Nomimizu说。“所以众多岗位低的人会在办公待到拾壹分晚,直到他们的经营离开。”
贰17岁的Nomimizu解释说如果你是率先个离开的人,你将不会被视为团队中的一员。

The government has also come to appreciate the personal and professional
benefits of a well-rested workforce, with the health ministry
recommending that all working-age people take a nap of up to 30 minutes
in the early afternoon – advice readily embraced by some of the
country’s politicians.

东瀛政党也一度开掘到了劳动者获得充裕歇息对私有和做事的功利,东瀛卫生部(厚生劳动省)提议具备适龄劳动年龄人口午后都要午间休息30分钟以上,那些提出一旦建议便获得了一些政界职员的协助。

Nearly one in four Japanese companies have some employees who work more
than 80 hours of overtime per month (Credit: Getty Images)

Are the long-working Japanese any more productive than their global
counterparts? Nomimizu doesn’t think so. Indeed, there’s a growing body
of evidence to suggest that working longer hours is not only bad for our
health, but also detrimental for our careers and poor for a company’s
overall productivity.

干活时间越来越长的马来人会比她们的同事越来越多产吗?Nomimizu并不以为如此。事实上,更加的多的凭证展现工作越来越长的时日不止对大家的不奇怪有毒,何况对大家的工作不利,对厂家全部的产值也不算。

When less is more

If there’s another country that’s notorious for its long work hours and
lack of time off, it’s the United States. A recentGallup
pollfound
that the average full-time employee in the US works a 47-hour week,
nearly a full workday longer than the standard nine-to-five schedule.
Moreover, nearly one in five workers (18%) reports working 60 hours or
more per week.

如果还或者有另叁个国度因其较长的行事时间及贫乏休憩时间而臭名昭著的话,那正是美利坚合众国。前段时间的盖洛普民调开掘在美利坚合众国全职雇员的平分工时长度周周47钟头,比规范的朝九晚五多了面临整整二个专业日。并且,临近二成(18%)的工友工时在周周60钟头或愈来愈多。

People who take more time off — 11 days or more — are more likely to get
a raise or bonus than people who take 10 or fewer days

Despite sacrificing time off with family and friends to toil away in the
office, a
separate report from
the US-based campaign Project: Time Off discovered that
long-working office
martyrs were
less likely than their peers to have received a bonus in the last three
years.

亚洲必赢官网app( ,就算捐躯了与家属、朋友在一块的时刻而在办海里辛勤专门的学问,以美利坚合作国为考查基础的公投项目Time
Off中一项独立的告知提出:在这几天的五年内,长日子专门的学业的办公室烈士比较他们的同龄人得到奖励的大概更加小。

Japanese workers have a very high sense of respect for their colleagues.
If you’re always first to leave, you’re unlikely to be viewed as a team
player (Credit: Getty Images)

“We actually find that people who takemoretime off — 11 days or more —
are more likely to get a raise or bonus than people who take 10 or fewer
days,” says Katie Denis, lead researcher at Project: Time Off. “So if
you’re not getting ahead — and we find no correlation between hours
worked and getting ahead — then what are you doing it for?”

“大家真的发现成本11天照旧越来越多时光去安歇的人比只停歇10天或更加少的人更便于获得升高或表彰”,提姆e
Off项指标上位考查员,卡蒂丹尼斯说。“所以只要您不是领头人–大家也发觉工时和组长地位之间并不曾联系—-那么您做它是为着什么吧?”

Diminishing returns

Laura Vanderkam, time management expert and author of 168 Hours, notes
that, “your brain, like anything, can’t run on unlimited.” In fact, it’s
actually bad for us to push beyond our limits. “As we work past a point
of diminishing returns we wind up making mistakes,” she says. “We also
don’t bring our best ideas and energy to the problems we’re trying to
solve.”

LauraVanderkam,时间法学者,同期是《168钟头》的我,注意到,“你的大脑就如任何事物同样,是无法无界定地运作的。”
事实上,超过大家的终极运营对于大家是那么些不好的。“一旦我们办事时间长度超过低收入递减的临界点,大家就便于犯错误,”
她说。“相同的时候,大家拿不出最佳的主见和生命力来缓慢解决难点。”

People who take 11 days or more off are more likely to get a raise or
bonus than people who take 10 or fewer days as holiday (Credit: Alamy)

There are several remedies to overworking. For instance, many of us
believe we need to be in the office both when our boss shows up and when
he or she leaves. However, Vanderkam thinks that’s a big (and often
misguided) assumption. “Maybe your boss wants the place to herself in
the morning and she’s actually annoyed that you’re getting there early,
too.”

此地有两种针对工时过长的改良措施。比方,大家很三人都是为当大家的业主现身和他或她离开的时候,我们都急需在办公室。但是,Vanderkam以为那是多少个荒谬的固然。“恐怕深夜,你的业主就想一人待着还要他真的也为你早日地到办公而非常的慢”

Vanderkam also thinks a lot of people aren’t willing to consciously
build breaks into their daily schedule out of fear they won’t be seen as
hard workers. “So we sabotage our own productivity by saying ‘I’m just
going to work all day, have my lunch at my desk, and fall into the 2:30
pm rabbit hole of the internet’,” she explains.

Vanderkam以为很五个人由于害怕不可能被感到是努力的职员和工人,而不情愿在他们的日程里布置苏息。“所以经过笔者炫丽“笔者将在劳碌一成天,只可以在书桌子上吃中饭,掉进互联网上凌晨2:30的兔子洞里”,我们会减低工效。”

A silver lining

While trading rest for unpaid overtime is clearly a bad deal for
employees, it’s actually pretty lousy for employers, too. A Stanford
University study found
that employee output declines sharply after 50 hours per week and
nosedives after 56 hours to the point where someone who puts in 70 hours
doesn’t produce anything more with those additional 14 hours. Similar
studies have linked long hours with absenteeism, long-term memory loss
and impaired decision-making skills.

虽说休憩时间被用来从未薪俸的过于职业对于雇员来讲肯定是一笔不佳的贸易,可是对于雇主来讲实在也是一定倒霉的。一项北卡罗来纳教堂山分校大学的研究申明每一周专门的学业50小时会使雇员的产出锐减,当工时长度达到56小时使雇员的出现暴跌,当时间长度抵达70钟头,其冒出与时间长度为56小时大同小异,扩充的14钟头完全未有增添生产。类似的研讨也显示了办事时长与旷工、长时间回想的丧失和裁定功效的损害有关系。

So what are companies doing to combat the inevitable burnout? Major
Japanese corporations have actually taken a lead on the issue. Toyota
now limits overtime to 360 hours a year (or an average of 30 hours
monthly), while ad agency Dentsu just released an eight-point plan
(including regular vacation encouragement and lights out at the office
by 22:00) to improve its work environment after the high-profile suicide
of one of its employees.

那正是说公司都做了何等来防止这种不可制止的生机耗竭?大非常多的扶桑商厦第一采纳措施解决这一个主题材料。Toyota限制了一年的突击不能够超过360钟头(每月不能够赶上30小时),与此同一时候由于四个雇员的自尽而碰着关切的广告代理Dentsu刚刚发表了三个八项安插(包蕴常规的休假奖励机制和办公11点熄灯机制)来革新它的劳作蒙受。

In Germany, meanwhile, major companies like BMW and Volkswagen have
limited after-hours employee emails to combat a growing culture of
hyper-connectivity. In the US, leading investment banks like Credit
Suisse and JPMorgan Chase have issued new guidelines to discourage
analysts and associates (particularly the lower-ranking millennial
workers) from coming to the office on weekends.

在德意志联邦共和国,大公司如BMW和Volkswagen限制下班后给雇员发邮件来抗击日益扩大的莫斯科大学统一的知识。在美利坚合众国,当先的投资银行像Credit
Suisse和JPMorganChase发表了新的指南来劝阻深入分析师和副手(特别是低排位的千禧一代的干部)周天来办公。

Vanderkam notes that when you run a machine without maintenance you run
a high risk of it breaking down over time, and possibly at an incredibly
inopportune moment. It seems many companies have started to realise that
the same is true of humans, too.

Vanderkam建议当你只运营一个机器而不开展保养身体,它会因为过于施用而坏掉,並且也许在二个不妥帖的时间点坏掉。非常多商厦就像也开端意思到人也周围。

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