Out of that take away all the time that you will need for sleep and rests, meals, personal things, errands and all those things that you can not do without. And with that I do not mean the TV, the telephone and the chitchat - yet. - If you are like most students, there is a good chance that you are left with about 85 hours. Time management courses are meant to keep us functioning effectively and cope with the expectations of the present and our expectations of ourselves. Usually companies today provide time management courses and seminars to their employees. Often though these are work-related courses designed to make the attendee more efficient and productive. Limit giving in to temptation of engaging in small talk when priorities are set and being worked on. Respect you decision in planning and you are on your way. Delegate. Be realistic about the things that you can and can not do. Delegate the things that you must. Floating work There are tasks that you can do anywhere that doing them now will only complicate your main task at hand. Employee Time Management at Your Workplace Within the last ten years, the average working time of employees have increased by two hours a day where 75% of the workers are working beyond 40 hours a week. At the same time, employees today have to process 6 times more information than what they use to do 20 years ago. If you are like most of us, taking away the time required for sleeping and rest, personal hygiene and grooming, time needed for meals and snacks, travelling and other personal necessities will leave you with 90 hours for the week that you can divide for work and leisure. Depending on how it is perceived and used, the 90-hour window spells much of the difference between planning and control or being on the other side of efficiency and production. Once you adopt it for the first time, it needs constant nursing and re-enforcing. The person who works on it will have all the good ideas to start with. When he goes down to his normal realities, the same problems and distractions, the same habits that have been formed are not totally done away with.