The four-day week is likely something that many of our readers will be familiar with; and for those who aren’t, the concept is quite simple. Instead of working a standard five day week, those campaigning for a four day week claim that it’s beneficial not just for the worker, but the employee too.
Overall, it’s a concept which has been viewed as deeply divisive. Those for and against the idea have largely dismissed it as nothing more than an intriguing, yet completely infeasible, concept. That is, until recently.
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