Is a Four-Day Workweek the Answer to Your Engagement Woes?

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Is a four-day workweek the answer to your engagement woes

 

New Gallup research reveals that the issue’s not quite so simple. Read on for the pros and cons.

Robby Brumberg

You’ve likely heard much ado about the slow but steady rise of the four-day workweek.

More companies are giving it a whirl, and many more around the world are seriously considering the measure as a way to counter pandemic-fueled burnout. Some experts even predict it’ll become a centerpiece of creating a thriving future workplace. But is a four-day workweek all it’s cracked up to be?

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While getting an extra day off per week sounds like a dream come true—and an easy way to win over exhausted workers—new Gallup research offers a bit of fascinating food for thought.

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