The Rise of the Non-Linear Workday

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The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed so many aspects of everyday life, not least of all in the workplace. The explosion in remote work is perhaps the most obvious example, but that foundational shift has also had repercussions in other areas of work life.

Goodbye to the 9 to 5

One example of this is the rise of the non-linear workday, meaning that employees aren’t necessarily working a steady 8/9-to-5 job anymore and instead are often breaking their day up into chunks scheduled around errands, family obligations, hobbies, and other activities.

“For decades, the workday has generally meant

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