The 80 Hour Workweek Doesn't Truly Work

In psychologically safe workplaces, there should be no ambiguity and subjectivity in how employees are measured: the quality of work should trump the hours put in. Valuing time above quality is a precarious management trend, as research shows that employees who work 55 hours or more per week are at a higher risk of stroke than those who work shorter hours. Read more on this here.