I’m reluctant to say more flexible schedules are a solution as it sounds like a way to further blur work and non-work time. Rigid schedules are better for protecting work-life balance.
The Vox article (and pictures!) are great.
Duckles
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Yes! I think the pharmacist example was really good though, because the pharmacist still has a scheduled 8 hour day, its just that she can work 6–2 instead of 9–5. Work your 8 hours and be done, none of this on-call 24 hours unless it’s really needed for the job (like surgeons).

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