‘Hidden overtime' | Inside the 'right to disconnect' movement and what it means for employers

Businesses are facing a critical overtime reckoning. Long working hours are proving fatal globally, according to the World Health Organisation, and burnout is epidemic in a UK culture driven by toxic productivity.
Inside the 'right to disconnect' movement and what it means for employers

In this myGrapevine+ feature we dive into the brand new think-tank publication ‘The Right to Disconnect’ from Autonomy and speak to Capital Law employment lawyer David Sheppard about what it could mean for HR. We explore:

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