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Raise Your Bottom Line

A 4-day workweek will not only improve employee mental health, but also help the firm's bottom line

Many research studies have been conducted on productivity and the effect hours worked has on it. Some experts suggest that after 35 hours, or 6 hours per day, productivity dramatically declines.

Research also shows that people get more done when they work fewer hours. Fewer hours result in more streamlined schedules in the work place.

We can feel long hours taking a toll on our mental wellbeing, but did you know research backs this? Studies show that cutting weekly hours by 25% improves employee's sleep and lowers their stress.

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ON AVERAGE, EMPLOYEES THAT WORK 35 HOURS OR LESS TAKE 40 FEWER DAYS OFF

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With increased productivity and health and wellbeing, firms will see an increase in their bottom line. Their efficiency will raise and employer costs will lower.

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Now is the time to transition out of the traditional workplace

The most important part of a company is its employees.

In today's day, employees are seeking a non-traditional style of work to improve their satisfaction, productivity, and quality of work. Employees are looking to replace the traditional workplace with a new one that allows 4 day work weeks, eliminates formal attire, and focuses more on their mental health.