Chronoworking | Why working in line with your circadian rhythm could be good for business

Why working in line with your circadian rhythm could be good for business
Why working in line with your circadian rhythm could be good for business

Some working adults who had the privilege of going to university might remember long nights in the library before an exam or essay deadline. Thankfully, this isn’t a convention in the corporate world, where the conventional working times are, of course, 9am to 5pm.

The eight-hour workday, and 40-hour workweek, was introduced by Henry Ford so that employees had more leisure time to spend their money. Since then, the 9-to-5 job has been a staple of life as we know it.

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