Four-Day Workweek's Impact on Productivity

Four-Day Workweek’s Impact on Productivity

The four-day workweek is lately in the news. Its promise is greater economic benefits for businesses and governments, and increased productivity for organization’s human resources. How should we think about this from a personal and business productivity perspective? Ray, Augusto, Francis and Art share their thoughts on the four-day workweek.

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In this Cast | Four-Day Workweek’s Impact on Productivity

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Francis Wade

Show Notes | Four-Day Workweek’s Impact on Productivity

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The Day After Tomorrow: an Autonomy study on the 4 day week in the private sector

Related: The Five-Hour Workday: Live Differently, Unlock Productivity, and Find Happiness by Stephan Aarstol

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