#1. The case for a shorter workweek.
Workers want to work fewer hours now more than ever, saying they can be just as effective at their jobs in less time. The pandemic has brought along a radical transformation in the workplace, opening up a number of new working models. Remote work or hybrid working models – completely unthinkable years ago – are now becoming mainstream. One of those options gaining traction is the four-day workweek. There are a variety of different models for how this could make sense, but the commonality is that workers will instead be removing some of their total work time for the week – all while their salary stays the same. Should companies really pay the same for fewer working hours? Well, employers could see greater productivity, boosts to health and wellbeing, and more. Read more at BBC.