“The energy employees bring to their jobs is far more important regarding the value of their work than the number of hours they work,” says Tony Schwartz in an article for the New York Times. You should expect and even demand high-quality performance, but it is unreasonable to expect a continual level of pressure at 100 percent. Allow employees the chance to catch their breath from one assignment to the next with the help of team-building activities or mini-break periods over the course of the day.
Five Ways To Keep Valued Employees
David K. Williams

I’ve noticed more companies are adopting this mentality. Personal time definitely helps with productivity.

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