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4-Day workweek challenges

  • Some organisations use a four-day week to save costs by not maintaining pay and benefits.
  • A 32-hour work week may lead to a lack of work ethic.
  • A four-day week of 10-hour days can be incompatible with wage regulations or be too much for employees.
  • It may not be possible to increase productivity enough in service or logistics jobs to achieve the same results in fewer hours. There's a limit to how many delivery locations a UPS driver can make in a day.


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