Getting to work on time is not just a whim or a rebellious act: it is the premise of our physical and mental well-being.
Beginning of a new day. As soon as we got to the office, we decided, “I WILL leave work on time today.” But as time goes on, the earrings accumulate; Scary bombings arose and the goal of going home early became more and more unattainable. And this actually happens every day.
Leaving the office on time is not just a whim or a rebellious act: it is the premise of our physical and mental well-being, and although it doesn’t seem like it, but also for the sake of our work.
We’ve left you with six compelling reasons to leave the office on time.
(With info from Paulina Santibáñez and infographic from Andrés Gras)
Do you agree with this premise?