Overwork

Leisure is the New Productivity

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Op-ed (published opinion/editorial)
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Leisure is the New Productivity
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CNN Opinion
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Judi C Casey

Working Too Hard Makes Leading More Difficult

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Blog
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Working Too Hard Makes Leading More Difficult
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Harvard Business Review Blog Network
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Judi C Casey

While working long hours is often beneficial to early career advancement, as you rise to a position of leadership, maintaining this practice can damage your career prospects.

Why is Everyone So Busy?

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News Article
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Why is Everyone So Busy?
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The Economist
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Judi C Casey

Time poverty is a problem partly of perception and partly of distribution

Feeling Overwhelmed? Here's Why

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News Article
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Feeling Overwhelmed? Here's Why
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Employment Chat Juliet Bourke
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Judi Casey

In her article, Juliet Bourke (Partner, Human Capital at Deloitte Australia) considers our complicity in creating and maintaining the overwhelmed employee (in ourselves and others). She considers some hindering methods of work, and encourages us to use technology wisely, hold meaningful meetings, be creative, and ultimately, be more productive.

Enough with the Stats About Women and Work

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News Article
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Enough with the Stats About Women and Work
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TIME
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Judi C Casey

The C-suite can't hire and advance women in the workplace if they don't listen to their very unique needs

Hot Topics in Work and Family Research

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Blog
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Hot Topics in Work and Family Research
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Huffington Post
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Judi C Casey

What are the hot topics in work and family research?  Find out based on the sessions from the 2014 WFRN conference.

Written as we celebrate National Work and Family Month.

The Great Divide: What the Overworked and Underemployed Have In Common

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Blog
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The Great Divide: What the Overworked and Underemployed Have In Common
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Robin Hardman Communications Blog (also on Huffington Post)

The overworked, the underworked. The Great Divide. It’s odd to wrap the phrase “work-life” around the situations of these two groups of people, yet it does apply to both. (This post can also be found on Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robin-hardman/what-the-overworked-and-u_b_5945960.html )

Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life

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Book
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Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life
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Total Leadership

You’re busy trying to lead a “full” life. But does it really feel full—or are you stretched too thin?

End the Tyranny of 24/7 Email

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News Article
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End the Tyranny of 24/7 Email
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New York Times

"Limiting workplace email seems radical, but it’s a trend in Germany, where Volkswagen and Deutsche Telekom have adopted policies that limit work-related email to some employees on evenings and weekends. If this can happen in precision-mad, high-productivity Germany, could it happen in the United States? Absolutely. It not only could, but it should."

Why Don't Americans Take Vacation

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Why Don't Americans Take Vacation
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New York Times
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Jerry A. Jacobs

Contributions by John De Graf, Ellen Bravo, Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn and Bruce Elliott

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