It’s no secret that the traditional nine-to-five workday is no longer standard. In today’s economy, many workers are juggling multiple jobs in order to make ends meet. As a result, employers are increasingly resistant to the idea of their employees being overemployed. After all, why would an employer want to provide the same benefits and pay for an employee who is only working half the time? However, there are a few advantages to being overemployed. For one, it can help to increase productivity levels, as workers are able to focus on one task at a time without the distractions of a busy office. Additionally, working two jobs remotely can also help to reduce stress levels, as employees can more easily manage their time and take breaks when needed. Ultimately, while employers may be resistant to the idea of their employees working two jobs remotely, there are a few advantages that may make it worth their while.
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