How Do You Cope With 100 Hour Work Weeks? 10 Stressed Employees Tell Us The Truth

“To deal with stress our company does frequent corporate outings like fishing trips, rifle range experiences, Mets games, and Tuesday movie nights. These excursions get all of us out of our regular work environment and help everyone relax and socialize with each other in a different setting. We also try to go out to lunch once a week all together in the summer and have beer and wine.

Even working outside on a beautiful day from our laptops or by the window at Starbucks is a great change of environment and can really improve anyone’s attitude about a stressful situation. An occasional change in scenery is always good for stress relief.”

-Ian Aronovich

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