Willing Slaves: How the Overwork Culture is Ruling Our Lives

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A hard-hitting exposé of the overwork culture and modern management techniques that seduce millions of people to hand over the best part of their lives to their employer.

Work has come to increasingly dominate British national life. ‘Job intensification’ affects every shopfloor, office, classroom and hospital, as a cult of efficiency has driven a missionary magnetism of tighter deadlines and more exacting targets in the most exploitative and manipulative work culture developed since

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ISBN:9780007405305
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Words: 116,387
Unique Words: 6,881
Avg Sentence (words): 22.12
Avg Word (chars): 4.57
Chapters: 42
Paragraphs: 2,429
People: 778
Places: 139
Things: 452
Adult Reading Time:7:46
Sentiment: 0.01
Intensity: 0.07
Profanity: 39
SAT Words: 933
Reading Level:11.0
Complexity Index: 104

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