Pre-1900, long workweek. Ford, 5-day week, FLSA in 1938. Productivity-wage gap since 1970s. Real wages stagnant.
Remote work boosted productivity, reshaped attitudes. 4-day workweeks gain popularity due to tech advancements.
92% adoption, 8.14% revenue rise, 90% employee satisfaction, some won't switch for any pay increase.
4-day workweek boosts work-life balance, productivity, and well-being, attracting and retaining top talent.
Reduced worker costs via shorter commutes, lower stress, and overall savings, with benefits like casual attire and increased productivity.
Implementation, customer support, stress, industry differences, and concerns about perception.
Traditional 5-day workweek questioned. 4-day workweek trials show positive outcomes for both employees and employers.