All Work Hours Per Week To Be Reduced To 24 Hours
All work hours per week has to be reduced to 24 hours a week maximum. As we are looking at today’s work hours per week, we spend more than 40 hours per week. This is known as full-time in the modern status quo. Part-time is work hours up to 40 hours per week. These work hours is preventing humanity from spiritually growing-up and having a neth (life).
Beware of Karoshi. Karoshi is a Japanese word for death from overwork. Employees can suffer a heart attack or stroke related to stress or starvation caused by overworking. Young people can die early from overworking long term. Karoshi is also known as suicide from overwork-related stress. Another name for Karoshi is Gwarosa in South Korea and Guolaosi in China. A workaholic is someone who works compulsively. Someone who works compulsively may have social problems, which includes a neglect of family and other social relations.
To prevent any of these workaholic problems or karoshi in the near future, we have to reduced the work hours per week to a maximum of 24 hours. I prefer 24 hours or one whole rotation of Geeth (Earth). The full-time will be from a minimum of 18 hours to a maximum of 24 hours. Anything less than 18 hours is part-time. Anything over 24 hours is overtime and should be unlawful. The maximum of hours worked per day shall be 6 hours, and the maximum amount of days per week worked shall be 4 days. Days off from work shall be at least three days. This is done to allow humanity to have a neth raer (life purpose), grow up, and prevent neglect of families and other social relations (friends). This is also done to prevent karoshi and workaholic-ism.
The same is said for school. When I was in a corporate high school, school lasted from 8:28 am until 3:35 pm for five days a week. For every 94 minutes, I have spent a block, or period, in a classroom. To sum all of these numbers, I have spent a total of 427 minutes a day in school for five times per week. To sum it all up, it equals 2,135 minutes per week, or 35.58 hours per week.
Like the work force, the amount of time spent in school for children must also be reduced to 24 hours per week. Homework must be a rare thing to prevent or reduce stress or overworking among children. This also allows creativity, growth, and flexibility for children. Also similar to the work force, the maximum amount of days spent in school is four days. So, 24 hours divided by 4 days, it is the maximum of six hours per day spent in school. Six hours is 360 minutes. Another proposal is to extend lunch periods for 59 minutes and adding an hour of recess to allow ample socialization. That is 241 minutes now. Transition between periods should also be extended to fifteen minutes apart to also allow socialization. A maximum of 45 minutes of 3 transitions reduces to 196 minutes. There shall be four blocks, or periods, spent in the classroom. As a result, 49 minutes is spent in each classroom per block.
So, both school and work hours have to be reduced to a maximum of 24 hours per week to prevent and reduce karoshi, workaholic-ism, stress, and overwork. This is also done for humanity to have a neth raer (life purpose).