Go home on time day

Australian workers are gearing up, well to chill out, on Go Home on Time Day. This November 25, the Australian Institute is encouraging workers to go home at the correct time instead of working the average of 49 minutes of unpaid overtime. The day is designed to raise awareness of the nature and extent of unpaid overtime in Australia and its’ important industrial, health and social consequences. The Gossip thinks this is a great idea – but not for just one day a year!!!


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