Employees work too hard, and that’s not good for business. Tired accounting staff don’t add columns A and B correctly. Exhausted executives make rash decisions. Sleep-deprived employees driving home from a late night at the office run off the road or worse. I’m not talking about work-life balance. I’m talking about working to extremes.
Simply put, there’s no return on investment on exhausted employees. It’s the general counsel, the adviser and counselor to the company, who’s often in the best position to put the work lives of the executives, managers and employees into a context that makes sense and that creates the biggest ROI.
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