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9 Reasons You and Your Employees Can't Do 40 Hours Of Work In 40 Hours - And What To Do About It

Here are the ten top reasons why you and your employees can't finish 40 hours worth of work in 40 hours. 1. Meetings are consuming 30 - 50% of your day and accomplishing far too little. The average employee spends 30% of their time in meetings - that's 12 hours - a full day and [...]
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