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Four-Day Work Week

The "four-day work week" is a form of work time reduction where employees work four days instead of the standard five, working 20 percent fewer hours (typically 32 instead of 40). Work time reduction models reduce the number of hours employees work without a reduction in pay, while aiming to maintain productive output and business outcomes.

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