The company’s worldwide practice, which makes people more healthy for a healthy
Companies around the world, reducing the work week, found that this leads to increased productivity of staff and reduce professional burnout.
“This is much more useful, and we can do better if not working at a frantic pace,” says Ian Schultz-Hofen, founder of the Berlin-based company development software project management Planio, which at the beginning of the year provided 10 of its employees four-day week.
In New Zealand insurance company Perpetual Guardian reported on reducing stress and increasing employee engagement after she introduced a 32-hour week.
Even in Japan, the government encourages companies that are free to employees Monday morning.
Federation of British trade unions (TUC) insisted that the whole country has moved to four-day week to the end of the century. This initiative is supported by the opposition labour party.
TUC argued that the shorter week will give the opportunity to employees to share with others posed by technologies such as machine learning and robotics.
“This will reduce the stress of” juggling “work and family life and can improve gender equality. Companies that have tried it, say that it is better for performance and well — being of the personnel”, – said the head of the economic direction of TUC Kate bell.
A recent survey of 3 thousand employees in eight countries, including the US, UK and Germany showed that almost half of the respondents believe that they can easily perform their tasks at 5:00 in the afternoon, if they work without breaks.
Recall, as office work is destroying our health
Women were more prone to deterioration in psychological well-being through daily sitting. Today office work is almost a half of our time, has a negative impact on health. And innovations in the field service and other “buns” in the workplace can only reduce this effect but not eliminate it altogether.
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