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Has the recession changed productivity expectations?

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A full 86% of U.S. executives say their company demands more time and commitment from employees now than when the recession began, according to Deloitte’s 2010 Ethics & Workplace Survey.

Meanwhile, 59% of employees say they feel that their employers demand more from them. More than three-quarters (77%) of execs say they remain supportive of employees’ personal needs outside the office, but slightly fewer employees (72%) agree that their employer is supportive of work-life needs.

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