Go Home on time Day – November 20 2014

Reclaim some work/life balance!

Are you a slave to your smartphone?

Do you struggle to juggle work demands with the school run?

Are you stressed about working more or fewer hours than you want to?

The fact is, a poor work/life balance has a direct impact on your health, relationships, and workplace.

Now in its sixth year, Go Home on Time Day on Wednesday 19 November 2014is a great way to recognize that life doesn’t need to revolve around work.

Do you regularly work through your lunch and tea breaks??lunch break 212x300 - Go Home on time Day - November 20

Do you regularly do some unpaid overtime at the end of a shift??

If so, you’re not alone. Unpaid overtime in Australia equates to $109.6 billion of 7.4 percent of GDP

National Go Home on Time Day on Wednesday, November 20 is designed to get Australians to reclaim some work/life balance ‚ ¨ and to think about addressing the workplace issues that lead to imbalances

A poor work/life balance has a direct impact on your health, relationships and workplace relationships.

Encourage your workplace to sign up and get involved‚ download some posters and display them at work

Encourage your workplace to sign up and get involved ‚download some posters and display them at work

Start the conversation: Infographic: Hard to get a break?

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