Encouraging Paid Free Time

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For generations, one of the primary roles of managers and supervisors has been to keep their teams on task, to maintain high levels of productivity and to ensure employees are spending their time appropriately. After all, companies don’t want to pay their staffs for personal projects, right?

The 20% Project

As it turns out, employees spending paid work time in pursuit of personal projects is exactly the idea behind the 20% Project. As the name hints at, the 20% Project refers to companies allowing employees to spend 20 percent of their paid work time on projects of a personal interest.

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