Could a four-day week boost your productivity?

Could a four-day week boost your productivity?

When Monday morning rocks up, many employees begin their heart-wrenching countdown until the next weekend comes around.

A typical working week only leaves a mere 48 hours of free time which many working adults spend conquering the menial but oh-so-important life admin tasks; the spectrum of household chores is never-ending and before you know it the weekend has escaped you.

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