A New Zealand company tried a four-day work week for two months…and may make it permanent.
All of Perpetual Guardians employees reported greater productivity during the experiment, as well as a greater work-life balance and lower stress levels. Many said they spent less time on social media and non-work activities.
They were still paid for a five-day week.
The owner now wondering why he’s been paying for the number of days worked instead of employee output.
— CNN (@CNN) July 25, 2018
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