Working hours are generally proportional to the work output. The more you work, the higher the profits for the company. However, at the end of the day, the employees are humans and not robots.
Working for long hours without proper breaks will eventually decrease their productivity and hamper the company’s growth. As a result, companies contemplate whether they should reduce the number of workdays from five to four days per week.
Does lowering the operating hours ensure a better output? Yes, it does, but only if the employees give their best in the new work hours.
Numerous countries have already adopted this new work model and have witnessed an increment in the companies’ overall output. Even some leading companies like Microsoft Japan, Radioactive PR, Shake Shack etc. have adopted the four-day work model and benefited from it.
Is This Model Suitable Long-term?
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