During the industrial revolution, people worked for 10-16 hours a day.
To make it more humane, Ford made it eight hours a day.
The idea was to have Eight hours of work, Eight hours of recreation, and Eight hours of rest.
In those days, most of the work was monotonous.
These monotonous jobs are now being replaced by robots and artificial intelligence.
We are now experiencing another revolution in the way we perceive our work.
We expect our employees to do design thinking.
According to a study, on average, employees work for only 3 hours out of 8 scheduled hours.
How do you think the next productivity matrix will look?
Is it better to reduce the number of hours from 8 to 6 or 4?
Or, is it more effective to dispense with the number of hours as a measure of productivity?
Get all these questions answered in our next workshop “ From HR to CEO”