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The score of “dramatically happy” employees, increased revenue, and “outstanding” customer satisfaction is the result of reducing working days to four days a week. It has been verified by non-profit educational institutions for more than six months Health conscious Boise based, United States.
There was a part of mass resignation after suffering “Great Exit” The phenomenon that emerged during the epidemic, health economists have advised Juliet Shore , Who has studied the nature of work since the 1990s. 1980 Established a four-day weekly rehearsal for its employees in August 2021.
And since then, Heathwise CEO Adam smiled No regrets, because workers are now much more productive than before with this new system, where workers are paid for five days of work, but only for four days. However, Hosni did not change the amount of work needed to be done in one week, which led to the workers Make the most of working hours .
“Healthcare workers spend their Fridays off on family activities, such as sports or work,” Shore said. TED2022 Conference in Vancouver, Canada on Tuesday. “A mother of young children says she can now do occasional crime-free pedicures.”
Healthwise is one of the growing number of companies encouraging employees to work fewer hours to retain employees.
The devastating toll of the Covid-19 epidemic in the country has prompted many workers to reconsider whether their jobs are serving them, leading to mass resignations, according to organizational psychologist Anthony Klotz, who created the “great resignation” trend. .
As part of an unexpected social upheaval, more than 38 million workers in the United States will lose their jobs by 2021, and this trend shows no signs of slowing down, with nearly a record 4.4 million Americans leaving their jobs in February.
The score indicates that research indicates that shorter work weeks can reduce stress while improving work satisfaction and productivity.
Elsewhere in the world, European countries with lower average working days, such as France and Germany, have higher productivity than countries with long working weeks, such as the United Kingdom and Italy. Iceland has already tested a four-day work week and 85% of the population is currently working less hours or is on track to do so.