Flexible hours encourage creativity

Workers
with more flexible hours are more likely to unleash their creativity, new
research suggests.

The
survey, carried out for hi-tech firm Corel, shows that people feel stifled by
the standard eight-hour day.

The
research finds that people felt creative at different times.

While
older workers said they felt they could be creative during the business day,
younger workers tended to favour the end of the working day and the evening.

By Quentin Reade

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