4-Day Work Week

Who's up for a four-day work week? … A company in New Zealand tested out a four-day work week and discovered that it had huge benefits – on both employee morale and productivity. For two months, Perpetual Guardian, a firm that helps people manage their wills and estates, had employees work four days -- 32 hours a week, instead of 40 -- but  paid them for five days. The result? Employees were more punctual, creative and productive -- not to mention happier and less stressed. The company was so happy with the results they want to make it a permanent change. (Business Insider)

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