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Yes, long working hours do have an effect on family relationships. Childs simply do not see their parents. They grow themselves on an unpredictable way.
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The tiredness and angry will be put on family members.  Better to take rest in between. The health which is lost cannot be regained by the money we earn.
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Yes. It can have an effect on a person, both mentally and physically. And it definatly affects the family. It can go as far as resulting in divorce. When a family spents a lot of time apart it invites bad energy and it normally ends bad. 
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It will definitely affect the relationship between the family and work. It means life is not balanced and will take a toll for having family problems.
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Absolutely. Working long hours means little time for family. It is important to spend time with family. If one works too much and prioritizes work over family, they will drift apart.
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Excessive working hours have a negative impact on mental and physical health. Farmers in Australia have the longest working hours. On average, Australian farmers work an average of 60 hours a week. Second place is held by miners. Meanwhile, the study found that Australians overwork more than two billion unpaid hours a year. In other words, employers underpay their employees about $72 billion annually.
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Yes it has a big effect. You're already having too much time at work rather than to bond with them. That's why we should balance our time and try to keep a high energy at home to spend quality time with them.
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Yes it can have an effect on the families of the employees. Family is all about bounding, and when this is missing it affects the family in way. The children will be missing the parenthood of whoever is affected. Most companies make provision to compensate the workers but money cannot replace a good family bound. 
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Yes, I believe that long working hours can have a negative effect on the families of employees. Working long hours can lead to increased stress and fatigue, which can have an impact on relationships and family life. Additionally, long working hours can limit the amount of time that employees have to spend with their families, which can lead to feelings of disconnection and isolation. It is important for employers to recognize the potential impacts of long working hours on employees and their families, and to take steps to ensure that employees have adequate time to rest and spend with their loved ones.
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amount of time you will have to spend with your family is the most evident consequence of working long hours on you and your family. Whether you are a newlywed or a parent, the amount of time you spend at home is crucial to the quality of your family relationships.
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And it definatly affects the family. It can go as far as resulting in divorce. When a family spents a lot of time apart it invites bad energy and it normally ends bad. 
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it definatly affects the family. It can go as far as resulting in divorce. When a family spents a lot of time apart it invites bad energy and it normally ends bad. 
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