Workaholic

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Workaholic

  1. 1. 9. SWEDEN: Only 63 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. The Swedish celebrate 11 federal holidays and clock in at about 1,610 hours per year. The 10 Most Workaholic Countries In The World 10. CHINA: Only 65 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. In China there are 11 federal holidays, and employers have to offer at least 10 vacation days.
  2. 2. 7. BRAZIL: Only 59 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. In Brazil, there are 11 federal holidays, and employers are required to offer 30 additional vacation days. 8. INDIA: Only 59 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. In India, employees get 16 federal holidays off from work and employers are only required to offer 12 vacation days.
  3. 3. 5. USA: Only 57 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. There are 10 federal holidays Americans get off and there is no requirement for how much time off an employer must offer, but on average, it's 15 days. Americans clock an average of 1,768 hours per year. 6. CANADA: Only 58 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. Canada is slim on their holidays, with 9 federal holidays per year. Canadians clock an average of 1,699 hours per year.
  4. 4. 4. South Korea: Only 53 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. In South Korea, employees have off for 15 federal holidays. Employers are required to offer 19 days of vacation time. 3. South Africa : Only 47 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. South Africans get 12 federal holidays off, and employers are required to offer 21 vacation days.
  5. 5. 2. Australia: Only 47 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. Australians get 8 federal holidays off, and clock an average of 1,690 hours per year. 1. JAPAN : Only 33 percent of people take all their allotted vacation days. However, the Japanese have a good amount of holidays, with 16 federal holidays. The average worker clocks 1714 hours per year.
  6. 6. Say NO to Being Workaholic!!!
  7. 7.  Change your values so that work is no longer the most important thing in your life.  Evaluate the impact of the various types of work you do.  Limit the number of work assignments you accept.  Limit the amount of time you spend working.  Be flexible about when you aim to finish a piece of work.  When appropriate, limit the quality of work you aim to achieve.  Be efficient in the work you do.

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