Workin' 8 p.m. to 8 a.m and lovin' every minute of it!
- Take control of your calendar. // Administrative Professional Today;Aug2013, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p8
The article presents a discussion on the means to take control of one's work calendar, adapted from the article "Best Career Advice: Learn How to Sell" by Alex Cavoulacos in The Daily Muse website.
- Thwarting the time thieves. Dwan, Sue // NZ Business;Mar2001, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p45
Offers tips on how to eliminate time wasters at work. Compilation of a list of useful open-door policy; Development of a one system for every known procedure; Improvement of time management techniques.
- Working more and enjoying it less? // Health (Time Inc. Health);Nov/Dec97, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p58
Advices on how to have shorter work hours. Contents of the newsletter from the Association of Part-Time Professionals; Price and avilability of the newsletter.
- 3 Steps Help You Work Smarter. // TeamWork;2014, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p4
The article offers rules to minimize loss of work time including dividing assignments into manageable portions, prioritizing and listing things that have to be done, and keeping useful hard-to-manage things closer at hand.
- Never work late again! Hanson, Cynthia // Redbook;Oct99, Vol. 193 Issue 5, p98
Offers strategies for a saner work schedule. Importance of doing the difficult task in the morning; Tips in dealing with chatty co-workers; Suggestions in handling telephone calls. INSET: How to Pry Him Out of the Office.
- Eating the desk. Hellman, Paul // Management Review;May98, Vol. 87 Issue 5, p64
Reflects on the definition of hard work. Complaints of people about their working time; Information on time-management.
- Too much time in the office doesn't work. van Zyl, Johann // Finweek;1/28/2010, p9
The article reports on the confirmation of a research regarding the 25 percent fall of the worker's performance when their working hours are extended without breaks.
- TIME OFF. MCPHAIL, DONNA // Diva;Dec2013, Issue 210, p12
The article offers the author's insights on the conflicting working schedule with her wife as well as their time management during day offs.
- IT'S 46.5 HOURS A WEEK IN LAW. Reidinger, Paul // ABA Journal;Sep86, Vol. 72 Issue 9, p44
Discusses the September 1986 LawPoll, which shows that lawyers in the United States think they work too many hours for too little money. Practices of lawyers participating in the poll; Common complaints about the job; Reasons for choosing to practice law.