Are we overworked corporate cogs?
- On Oct. 24, we can pledge our collective allegiance to "Take Back Your Time Day," which supporters describe as "a major U.S./Canadian initiative to challenge the epidemic of overwork, over-scheduling and time famine that now threatens our health, our families and relationships, our communities and our environment."
(October 24th Is Take Back Your Time Day.)
Or snickering slackers?
- U.S. workers say they squander over two hours a day at the workplace, with surfing the Web, socializing with co-workers and simply "spacing out" ...
- [A]lmost all the data supports the notion that we have a lot more free time than we used to, and a lot more recreation.