Time has a way of slowing down to a glacial pace when you are watching the clock at work. The idea of putting in “face time” seems antiquated in the age of flexible work schedules. But what if you work in an office that seems to value how long you’re at your desk more than what you are accomplishing?
Psychologist Art Markman helps a reader navigate the peer pressure of staying late.
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We know that sitting at your desk for long hours doesn’t mean you’re more dedicated to your work, but how can you convince your coworkers?