Push For ‘Firm 40’ Workweek Faces Challenges Across The United States

-Don't take on tasks out of guilt or false obligation.

-Consciously separate work from home time. Set a time to leave, and go.

-Limit the number of times daily you check email.

-See if flextime, compressed workweeks, job sharing, telecommuting or other flexible scheduling options are available; controlling your own hours helps reduce stress.

-Minimize work interruptions to your best ability to reduce the time it takes to return to task.

-Don't try to concentrate for more than 90 minutes at a time. Take a break to be more effective.

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