• Top executives are ignoring the push for shorter hours from legislators
and the European Union. And many see working longer as an example to the
Nearly a third of respondents in a Mori survey, sponsored by BT, reported
working longer hours as a sacrifice to demonstrate their personal alignment
with the organisation’s desired culture. It was the biggest single category,
ahead of communicating with employees/being more approachable.
Nearly all of the respondents identified constant cultural change as being
crucial to the company’s survival.
• Britain’s Captains of Industry report, from 0207-563 6400