Greg Bales

“Since we work fewer hours, we are constantly figuring out ways to do more with our time,” Ms. Brath said.

Sitting inside their airy office, Brath’s employees checked off the ways. “We don’t send unnecessary emails or tie ourselves up in meetings,” said Thommy Ottinger, a pay-per-click specialist. “If you have only six hours to work, you don’t waste your time or other people’s time.”

Thirty-hour workweeks? Sign me up.

In Sweden, an Experiment Turns Shorter Workdays Into Bigger Gains” by Liz Alderman for The New York Times






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