If his company requires him to work 14 hours/day (probably close to illegal if not already there in the US, except for things like medical residents on call or brand-new lawyers trying to bring in business and bill to an impossible standard), then that's what they require.
And that doesn't mean he's a workaholic. It means he's doing what his company requires of him. A workaholic is when someone works longer hours or during vacations and at other times when they genuinely don't need to.
That's not him.
So - let's break it all down. There are 24 hours in the day and that number can never be increased.
- 14 hours for work
- 1 hour for meal prep, eating, and cleanup (I'm assuming he eats 2 meals at the office, but he may be eating all 3, given that schedule)
- 1 hour for personal hygiene (shower, shave, dental care)
- 1 hour for working out and also for getting dressed and selecting clothes
- 1 hour for chores other than cleaning up food items (this is an average and includes food shopping and put away, wiping down the bathroom, laundry -- because even if he has a laundry service do the work, he still needs to get his stuff to the laundry, pay them, put his clothes away, etc.). Even if he has a maid service to do all of his chores for him, he still has to hire and possibly fire people, pay them, etc, so consider that to be an average, too
- 1 hour for round-trip commuting (remove this hour if he works from home 100% of the time)
- 5 hours for everything else
TOTAL: 24 hours
Of course I may be estimating too high in some of these areas, but even if you cut the 5 hours of chores, commuting, etc. total in half, you are still left with 2.5 hours for him to do all of that and 7.5 hours for everything else.
That "free" time is for him to catch up with friends, consume entertainment, possibly look for another job, and to sleep.
And God help him if he ever gets insomnia or gets sick.
He has zero time for you. Unless you want to live with him and see him for a few moments before and after his work, you won't see him.
Do you care about him at all? Then either manage his affairs so he doesn't have to or help him find another job. And quit complaining that he has no time for you because of course he doesn't.
If this is leaving you disheartened, then end the relationship now. As for him, if I were him, I'd be relieved that I wouldn't have to schedule in time to appease an overly needy relationship partner who couldn't understand why I would prefer my meager 5 hours of sleep per night over them.