Employees Put In Longer Hours on Jobs than 5 Years Ago: Survey

Thursday, 26 September 2013, 13:51 Hrs
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New Delhi: Employees are putting in longer hours on their job than five years ago as 67 percent of employees said they are spending 'a great deal' more hours at work, since the recession began in 2008, says a global survey.

According to a poll by Right Management, the talent and career management experts within ManpowerGroup, nearly four out of five surveyed workers said their organisation's employees spend more time on the job since the recession began in 2008.

As many as 67 percent of people who were surveyed said they are spending 'a great deal' more hours at work compared to 2008, while 10 percent of the workforce said there working hours have increased 'somewhat' in the period under consideration.

Meanwhile, only 23 percent said that employees in their organization are "not really" spending work longer hours than five years ago.

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