Managers working 44 extra days per year UNPAID

Managers working 44 extra days per year UNPAID

Managers are working an extra 44 days a year over and above their contracted hours, according to research from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

Of the 1,037 managers polled, the average boss puts in one extra day each week.  This is an extra 7.5 hours beyond their contracted weekly hours (44.4 hours actual compared to 37.3 contracted), adding up to an extra 43.8 days over the course of the year.

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