Parkinson's law: work expands to fill the time allocated for its completion
Looking at our context in Uganda, we are far from this. Even few people work for only 8 hours. Many people here in Uganda work for 12 hours or more for 7 or 6 days. This means that staff has no time for their families, their lives and for recreational activities. The impacts of this are stress and low productivity at work, conflicts at work, sicknesses and reduced quality of life, poverty and poor health and so much more. The most affected areas are the private sector where most people are overworked and yet underpaid. In public health, we believe that enough time should be spared for people to take care of their lives, have physical exercises, visit friends and socialize, rest and have time for their families......
Way forward: We many really not be at the level of Sweden to start working for six hours, but i appeal to CEOs and everyone to mind about the working hours And also the salary so that people can find even a little time to enjoy their work.
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