How To: Manage Your Time EffectivelyPosted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 7 March 2022
In an era when a return to the workplace is back on the agenda, working time and breaks are protected via the provisions of the Organisation of Working Time Act and the new Code of Practice on the Right to Disconnect applies to all employees (incl. remote workers), this may be a good time to revisit and review your time management practices.
When it comes to ‘time’, there are many words of wisdom: ‘Time is money’; ‘Time lost is never found again’; ‘Time and tide wait for no (wo)man’; ‘Time is yours. It is the most precious of possessions’; ‘You will never find time for anything, you have to make it’; ‘If it wasn’t for the last minute, a lot of things would never get done’
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