CEOs still don’t have work-life balance

Only
56 per cent of CEOs in the UK think that they have enough time outside work to
spend with their families.

Research
by Lexmark also shows that 42 per cent of UK CEOs only have time for lunch at
their desks, and a quarter are forced to work at weekends.

The
survey of 250 managers across Europe reveals that despite advances in
technology the problems facing CEOs are largely the same as 20 years ago.

The
average working day for CEOs is 9.8 hours and the survey also shows that 46 per
cent find unecessary phone calls as the biggest waste of time during their
working week.

By Ross Wigham

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