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Since the COVID-19 lockdowns went into effect, you may feel like you’re working more hours — and you’re probably right. Consider your workday before lockdowns. You likely worked pretty long hours, but were able to leave your office or store at a reasonable hour, go home and spend time with friends or family.
Once COVID hit, though, your life probably changed quite a bit. You may have had to work remotely or manage your staff from afar. On the other hand, if you weren’t working remotely, you had to make changes to your office or store staying in line with COVID protocols — cleaning, contactless ordering options and more. During this time, you may have worked long hours to help your business run smoothly while continuing to give customers a high level of service. In fact, some studies show many people added one to three hours to the workday.
Since things are opening back up, will this habit of working longer hours continue? Will your workday return to pre-COVID hours, or will you do more remotely? Will that save time in your day or add work hours to it? If you’re working too many hours now, what can you do to create more work-life balance?
Here are some things indicating you’re working too many hours — and how to correct them:
As a small business owner, you put in many hours to keep your company running smoothly. And as COVID restrictions are beginning to lift, be sure to stay in tune with the hours you work. Now’s a great time to make changes and stick to them for a better work-life balance.
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