NZBusiness and Management

Always on, always hustling

WORK HARD, play hard can sometimes be the battle cry of those on the path to higher level jobs.

It suggests a person can power through work during the week, and then throw themselves headlong into their social and sporting life at the weekend. And somehow be always at the top of their game and loving what they do.

It also implies a degree of separation between work and play – an ability to switch off

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