Japón redujo la semana laboral a 4 días y la productividad aumentó 40%

 

[Ciertos medios están diciendo esto , Microsoft Japón no he visto nada muy real lo que si es que Japón y Microsoft son lugares donde la gente Trabaja de verdad , no es de broma engaña patrón deseando ser reconocido como si fuera el más trabajador …. así que bueno no generalisemos solo para jugar humanismo falso ….]

El nuevo sistema tiene como objetivo dar más días libres a los trabajadores que cuidan a niños u otros miembros de la familia.

Pasar de una semana laboral de cinco días a cuatro sin reducirles el sueldo a sus empleados le reportó al gigante tecnológico un incremento de las ventas de casi el 40% durante el experimento.

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Here is how to focus and use more of your brain

It’s a myth that humans only use 10% of their brains. “That idea is not only inaccurate, it doesn’t make any sense,” says Earl Miller, a professor of Neuroscience at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “Even the simplest behaviours engage much of our brain.”

But while that old 10% dictum is bogus, it’s true that many of us have some untapped reserves of mental acuity that, if harnessed, could sharpen our powers of insight and analysis. The key to accessing those reserves, Miller says, is to stay focused. “The main thing that impedes our cognition is distraction.”

Distractions are powerful drains on the brain’s ability to focus, and one of the best ways to get more from your mind is to give yourself the gift of uninterrupted stretches of time.

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Your 8-hour day isn’t working. Here’s why

The 8-hour workday is an outdated and ineffective approach to work. If you want to be as productive as possible, you need to let go of this relic and find a new approach.

The 8-hour workday was created during the industrial revolution as an effort to cut down on the number of hours of manual labor that workers were forced to endure on the factory floor. This breakthrough was a more humane approach to work two hundred years ago, yet it possesses little relevance for us today.

Like our ancestors, we’re expected to put in 8-hour days, working in long, continuous blocks of time, with few or no breaks. Heck, most people even work right through their lunch hour!

This antiquated approach to work isn’t helping us; it’s holding us back.

 

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