Employers who expect their workers to put in excessive hours can count on less efficiency, lost hours due to health problems and, over the long term, more employee turnover. Photo: Shutterstock
Paul Yip
Opinion

Opinion

Paul Yip

China and Hong Kong’s ‘996’ work culture is bad for employees’ mental health, and ultimately bad for employers

  • Studies show that overwork can have a number of harmful effects on employees that will be reflected in the quality of their work, and that more flexible hours have benefits

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Employers who expect their workers to put in excessive hours can count on less efficiency, lost hours due to health problems and, over the long term, more employee turnover. Photo: Shutterstock
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