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The 4-day workweek may not be the answer to workplace productivity and flexibility, Davos panelists say | Business Insider

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This year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, is focusing heavily on the four-day workweek and the flexibility it might offer. 

To test if production would remain the same while employees worked 80% of the average workweek, 4 Day Week Global challenged 33 companies with employees in six countries to cut their workweeks to four days, or 32 hours, in 2022. The panelists advised taking practical measures to reduce workloads, such as lowering meeting times, reorganizing the sort of work done by employees, and outsourcing administrative duties. What they actually require, according to Hoffman, is consistent scheduling so they can effectively plan for obligations like child care and doctor appointments. 

Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/4-day-workweek-productivity-flexibility-davos-world-economic-forum-2023-1 


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