Friday, April 11, 2014

A trial in Sweden is reducing work hours to just 30 hours a week

The experiment is based on the theory that after six hours, employees become tired and productivity is reduced.

Deputy mayor Mats Pilhem told the Swedish edition of The Local that a six-hour workday produced positive results at a car factory in the city, and he hopes that the trial will reduce inefficiency and create more jobs.

#workplacepolicies #economics #WorkLifeBalance

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