It seems the 4-day work week has us at a crossroads. Having three days to run your errands, catch up with loved ones, and simply rest sounds fantastic, don't you think? But does it mean squeezing the 40-hour work week into 4 days or shaving down the number of weekly hours?
A fast-food chain in Singapore had eight vacancies quickly filled when they switched to a 4-day work week. With the F&B industry's physically demanding job requirements, they managed to pull it off as they wanted to improve work-life balance and reduce fatigue among their employees.
Perhaps this is one way of improving our well-being.
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