In news that will make employees and clock-watchers
all over the country rejoice - it's National go home on time day.
His bored middle-aged, suicidal salesman would become an icon for the disaffected, the put-upon, the clock-watchers
and the daydreamers.
With some jobs, clock-watchers
long for the end of the workweek.
will tell us the winning time was nothing special over today's course and distance but he is drawn near to the stands' rails and I will be disappointed if he does not go close.
After all, very few employers want clock-watchers
on their staff and this is how you might come across.
Working long hours might impress the boss or even win promotion - but clock-watchers
are likely to have the last laugh, a study shows, as they are at less risk of a potentially fatal stroke or heart attack.
Working long hours might impress the boss, but clock-watchers
are likely to have the last laugh, a study shows, as they are at less risk of a potentially fatal stroke .
Her workouts have had the clock-watchers
rubbing their eyes in disbelief and I would much rather back her than either of the Irish superstars who have been on the go all season.
An icon for the disaffected, the put-upon, the clock-watchers
and the daydreamers, he remains the comedy world's ultimate everyman.
Not likely, as the clock-watchers
would consider such a study a waste of time.
This compares with 42 percent of "cautious clock-watchers
," 22 percent of "day-to-day embracers," and 7 percent of "doubters."
"No-one wants to see us become a nation of clock-watchers
," Mr Barber added "But a more sensible and grown up attitude to working time could cut out needless unpaid hours and help more people into work."