The Call for a Shorter Workweek Is Trending — and Both Employees and Employers Are Behind It

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Frances O’Grady, the head of the Trades Union Congress in the United Kingdom, told the 2018 gathering of her labor federation that automation shouldn’t be viewed as a job thief. It ultimately might be a blessing for workers: “I believe that in this century,” she said, “we can win a four-day working week, with decent pay for everyone.”

A shorter workweek? We’ve all dreamed of it, but never thought it would really happen.  

Well, our dreams may come true: Business owners large and small are lining up behind the idea and much faster

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