Work vs. home: striking a balance.Quick question: When was the last time you took a full hour for lunch, or enjoyed an evening or weekend without some sort of work interruption INTERRUPTION. The effect of some act or circumstance which stops the course of a prescription or act of limitation's.
2. Interruption of the use of a thing is natural or civil. ? Whether you call it "free time," "me time," or "personal time," 60% percent of U.S. workers with online access spend up to an hour each day, before or after work or during lunch, answering work e-mail and phone calls, according to according to
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3. a survey from T-Mobile and Harris Interactive Harris Interactive (NASDAQ: HPOL) is an American market research company that specializes in public opinion research using both telephone and surveys on online panels. The company is the product of a 1996 merger between the Gordon S. Black Company and Louis Harris & Associates. . 42 percent of those surveyed wish they could better balance their work and home lives.
"For those devoting a full hour of supposedly free time daily to office matters, that's 15.2 additional days of work each year," according to Peter Walsh Peter Walsh may refer to:
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For more survey results and advice from Walsh on how to better balance work and home, subscribers can read an extended version of this article online at http://advisor.com/doc/14905.