Pay Cut to Work 4 Days a Week?
According to a survey from the Workforce Institute of Kronos, 35% of working people would take a 20% pay cut if they could work one less day per week. The survey also found that 79% of employees suffered from burnout, and 86% said tasks unrelated to their core duties wasted their time.
The findings come after a New Zealand company said that a trial of a 32-hour workweek this year helped boost worker productivity.
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