4-Day Work Week — a Temporary Trend or a New Norm?

Tests in Iceland — how it all began

  • Despite the reduction in working time, employees’ incomes remained at the same level.
  • In most jobs, productivity and service delivery have not changed, and in some cases have even improved.
  • Workers’ well-being (including perceived stress, burnout, health and work-life balance) has improved.
  • After the end of the trials, 86% of workers in the country now work shorter hours or have been granted the right to shorter working hours.

Poles’ needs

Pioneers on the Polish market

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