How Many Hours Do You Put In?

January 15, 2003 · by DesignIntelligence

New research from Kennedy Information shows there's a real bell curve in the number of hours employees are logging above the American 40-hour standard:

New research from Kennedy Information shows there's a real bell curve in the number of hours employees are logging above the American 40-hour standard: Here is the information they found about how much time employees are spending each week at some leading management consulting firms.

Accenture:

52% 40-50 hours
34% 51-60 hours
8% more than 60 hours

Booz-Allen Hamilton:
67% 40-50 hours
21% 51-60 hours
5% more than 60 hours

Boston Consulting Group:
8% 40-50 hours 62% 51-60 hours,
26% more than 60 hours

Cap Gemini Ernst&Young:
42% 40-50 hours,
43% 51-60 hours,
12% more than 60 hours

Hewitt Associates:
30% 40-50 hours,
54% 51-60 hours,
11% more than 60 hours

McKinsey & Company:
5% 40-50 hours,
28% 51-60 hours,
64% more than 60 hours

Navigant Consulting:
69% 40-50 hours,
18% 51-60 hours,
3% more than 60 hours

Towers Perrin:
44% 40-60 hours,
54% 51-60 hours,
4% more than 60 hours

Consulting Firms on Average:
6% less than 40 Hours,
43% 40-50 hours,
37% 51-60 hours,
13% more than 60 hours

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