There's a company in Toronto you don't want to work for.
It's something called askfortask.com and it recently experimented with using a nap room to help their overworked employees cope with being exhausted at work. When they discovered that their exhausted employees were actually, um, exhausted, they call the idea a failure.
News flash--tired people are tired because they're either overworked or don't have any life skills. Which one would you choose if you knew that this company was working people 70 hours a week? And why are we still having a debate over the wisdom of treating people like human beings and respecting their work-life balance? If you treat the people who work for you like cattle, they're going to sabotage your company and leave. Fast.
Run, don't walk away from these Canadians.
I have this irrational fear that Paulina Gretzky is Canadian, but how can that be? I am quite certain she is an American citizen with, perhaps--perhaps--some form of a Canadian passport that never gets used and expired ten years ago.