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Four-day week trial confirms working less increases wellbeing and productivity

By Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, Director, Wellbeing Research Centre, University of Oxford
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A group of companies that have been trialling a four-day working week have recently reported increased revenue, with fewer employees taking time off or resigning. While it’s easy to understand the effects of a shorter week on worker wellbeing, the positive effects on company earnings and productivity may be more of a surprise – but research backs this up.

These firms have been participating in a trial organised by

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