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August 05, 2019
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Work four days a week, but get paid for five? It sounds too good to be true, but this debate is front and center within numerous European economies, not only because of a culture shift toward accommodating flexible working but also because some evidence suggests it’s good for business. Many organizations in Europe are cutting workweeks, though not wages, from 36 hours (five days) to 28 hours (four days) to reduce burnout and make workers happier, more productive, and more committed to their employers.


Ben Laker is a Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School and a Global Affairs Commentator for Bloomberg and Sky News. He specialises in Brexit and advises Governments and Global Corporations around the world. Follow him @drbenlaker.


Thomas Roulet is a Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at the Judge Business School and a Fellow of Girton College, both at the University of Cambridge. He has provided sociological analyses on different aspects of Brexit in various media outlets (the Telegraph, l’Humanite, Die Zeit). Follow him @thomroulet.


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