4-day week is positive for business bottom lines

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The ‘Great Depression’ in the 1930s triggered the American economy to move from a one-day to two-day weekend. At the same time, Henry Ford standardized the 40-hour five-day workweek in his car factories; he did so without reducing pay. Now a century later, the concept of a four-day week (without any salary reductions) is gaining popularity. This year, CNN named three executives taking part in a…


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