It won’t be long before all of corporate America adopts four-day workweeks to increase productivity and boost company morale, while minimizing the risk of burnout and business profit loss.
Four-day workweeks are the natural next step and just may be the solution to both depleted productivity levels and the onset of burnout.
Oh, and trust me: no one is disputing that the hourly adjustment wouldn’t come with some kinks to work out.
The benefits of the four-day workweek far surpass that short, uncomfortable time period of transition and it’s undeniably favorable to all incoming work generations.
I know what you’re thinking: if we give employees an inch, they’ll eventually take a mile.
A study published in the Social Science and Medicine Journal by researchers from the University of Cambridge and the University of Salford that shows that a one-day workweek reduces mental health issues by 30 percent.