A Shorter Workweek Might Be More Productive
By traditional definitions, a workday should last around eight hours. Of course, that simply isn't a reality for many people around the world, and in some sectors, the idea of a 40-hour workweek is laughable. But as technology and business advances, more and more people have posed the question: Do we really need to be working THIS much? Is a 32-hour workweek possible? What about a 30-hour one? Might we more productive if we had less time? Here's the case for working fewer hours.
Why a 30-Hour Workweek May Be Best
A new book argues that cutting hours and raising minimum wages could be a path to improving workers' wellbeing.
from GeoBeats News
What Constitutes a "Workweek"?
There's a debate in the U.S. about how many hours should constitute an official workweek.
from Bloomberg Business
The Case for the 32-Hour Workweek
A CEO has cut down on his employees' hours, and it's working.
from The Atlantic
Where Did The 8-Hour Workday Come From?
There's a long history behind those 9-5 hours.
from Today I Found Out