Everyone has bad days at work – those really frustrating and stressful days that we just want to be over. But how how often do we have bad work days and what causes them?
Our brand new survey of over 700 employees worldwide shows that bad work days are disturbingly … Continue Reading ››
3 of my fellow Danes, Camilla Kring, Vivi Bach Pedersen and Anders Raastrup Kristensen have written a report on how Danish businesses have become more productive by focusing on work-life balance
This is how they open the report:
The future can be found in Denmark. In … Continue Reading ››
European workers don't work enough hours compared to Americans. That is the message in this article written by a London-based venture capitalist
. From the article:
As anyone who’s ever been there or visited will attest, in Silicon Valley everyone is working *all of the time*.
And while this might seem … Continue Reading ››
I'll round of the Work-Life Balance theme this week
with a few good links about it from other blogs:
Tim King on work-life balance and thought work
You can’t see a thought-worker’s thoughts, so you can’t measure them. You have to measure what you can see, and you have two … Continue Reading ››
One of the few moments in my life where I'm almost
guaranteed not to be thinking about work.
And that's exactly how I like it.
The Work-Life Balance theme continues all week on the blog in honor of the Danish National Work-Life Balance Week
. Previous posts on the topic here
I previously reported … Continue Reading ››
This week's theme on the blog is work-life balance in honor of the Danish National Work-Life Balance week. Read my previous posts on the topic
I was at a party last saturday, and even when there I could't stop talking about happiness at work. How's that for not being able … Continue Reading ››
This week the theme on the blog is work-life balance in honor if the National Danish Work-Life Balance Week
, and Ben asks this in my first post on the topic
If I take vacation time (even if I’m just sitting at home), I get called at least once. … Continue Reading ››