Future of work

Zoom call with a boss about the 4-day week

From New Zealand to Germany, the idea of a 4-day work week has been steadily gaining ground globally. Sweden tested the trial for 2 years and this September Spain will invest 50 million in a 3-year project. Up to 400 companies will be reducing their working week to 32 hours, while keeping their salaries the same.

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