The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

I'd like to go home. The sad reality is that people who don't want to work overtime end up working overtime...

I don't want to work overtime! Why do people who think "I don't want to work overtime" end up working overtime? work
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I hate working overtime! I think everyone thinks so.

I didn't like it and I didn't like it either.

But even when I think that, I find myself working overtime in the end.

I have noticed something about this.

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What I think about the overtime I experienced at the three companies

I have been in the workforce for four companies and have worked heavy overtime at three of them (companies 1, 2, and 4).

At the first and second companies, there was an unspoken rule that overtime work was a matter of course.

And as for the fourth system company, I joined as an engineer, but with no experience, so I had a lot of work to do & a lot of work in front of me, so of course I was prepared to work overtime.

So I felt like it was due to my inexperience, so it was a problem before lamenting overtime work.

But it was! It was tougher than I had imagined. I only had 4 days off a month.

No overtime at the third company. It was a comfortable work life.

The only company that did not have overtime was the third company.

It was great to experience a lot of after 6. Really.

In terms of business, I was tired because I had to go to various business meetings during the day, but I was also tired because I had to go to many places during the day.
It wasn't hard for me to move around, and I was motivated to not work overtime.
I enjoyed the feeling of being in a race against time.

The company was against overtime work, and some of my coworkers were also families with children.
They all left immediately after regular hours.

There were only a handful of people working overtime, and that was the environment.
Yes, the environment was good.

It was the first time I learned that no overtime work is such a joyful thing. It was the first time I learned about this company, and I was very grateful for it.

The fourth company was leaving work every day after 10:00 p.m.

As mentioned above, the fourth company was a series of overtime work, overtime work, overtime work.

I was allowed to join the company as an inexperienced worker, and at first I was maxed out in horsepower and motivation because I was trying so hard to learn the job, but after six months with the company, I was working overtime and on holidays.

As far as relationships go, this is the best workplace I've ever experienced. They were all nice people.

But those who are experienced and can do the job to some extent are working overtime (or even staying on the last train or staying overnight).
During the busy season, there were quite a few people working on holidays (and even weekends in the worst cases), and overtime was commonplace for experienced workers.

everyonestoicI was........

Newcomers had the privilege of going home on time, but eventually that too would disappear.

In my case, unfortunately, I didn't have a job at all, but as my years of service increased.It's about time you did." (frame)I was told that I would be given a heavy workload.

If I didn't work overtime, I couldn't finish my work at all, and before I knew it, my regular working hours had turned into 9:00 p.m.

Overtime wasn't enough; I had to work on holidays as well.

It was a natural thought, "Which way should I go out this week, Saturday or Sunday?

By no means was I told by anyone at work to work overtime. I did so entirely of my own volition. If I didn't work overtime, it wouldn't get done.

I had to work on my days off to catch up, because I would be behind schedule. On the contrary, it was more stressful to tell my boss that I didn't finish.

At the time, my brain was endless after 9pm.
'Never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end never end.'

I wondered if this feeling was the starting line to overwork.

I should have felt uncomfortable working so much that I had to work overtime, but
At the time, I told myself, "Everyone else has been down the same road, so I have no choice but to work hard too! I told myself, "Everyone else is going the same way, so I have no choice but to do my best!

Don't run away.Don't run away.Don't run away, don't run away, don't run away, don't run away, don't run away, don't run away."Like what?

And if you look around, you'll see people like me working overtime.I must do my best.I thought it was a good idea. I was hoping for an evaluation as well.

After all, if enough people are working overtime at your workplace, you'll start working overtime yourself.

This is it! This is the #1 reason why people who decide not to work overtime end up working overtime.

Now I think that if I were in an environment where I didn't have to work overtime
As a matter of course, each person is given some leeway in his or her work time (to the extent that he or she does not work overtime).

That wasn't done at the companies where I experienced overtime, andThe amount of work that each individual had to shoulder was clearly not something that could be completed on time.

Of course, I was painfully aware that it was due to my own inexperience.

This is not simply a problem of one person's workload! This is not only a problem of one person's workload, but also a problem of the work environment that has made it a matter of course.

So more people end up working overtime at work. That's how I felt.

If it is an environment where you don't work overtime and you are always the only one who has to work overtime.
unreservedlyWhy just me!"You can say.
(Except that I'm so bad at my job.)

But if everyone around you is working overtime as a matter of course, you can't say such things easily, and you will probably come to accept it. This is just my experience.

At first I was like, "I don't work overtime! I will go home as much as possible!" but in the end, if the workplace is an overtime environment, people will be influenced by the environment and start working overtime, he said.

I think people who are willing to work overtime to get what they want should stay in the company.

Oh, and unless you can stick to your core, maybe.


I thought the reason why I end up working overtime even though I don't like working overtime is because it is an overtime work environment.

As long as that environment does not change, even if you don't want to work overtime, you will eventually be swept away by the wave of overtime work.

After my own experience, I realized that human beings are really influenced by their environment.

Sad reality.

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