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The Four-Day Workweek Now Wrecking Innovation at a Company Near You

Commentary: Put the four-day workweek in, and you’re sending an institutional message to your salaried workers that your organization expects 40 hours rather than continuous effort until their objectives are met.

October 14, 2008
Related Topics: Scheduling, Policies and Procedures
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Commentary: Put the four-day workweek in, and you’re sending an institutional message to your salaried workers that your organization expects 40 hours rather than continuous effort until their objectives are met.
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