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Does the 4-Day Workweek Boost Your Productivity For a Better Balance? - Lifehack

boost your productivity for a better balance?”, the answer is a definite yes.I think you would agree with me that everything seems to work a little better when done in moderation, whether that is sleep, body movement, diet, or other things. If we sleep too much, we are more tired and less motivated. So, I think you see now how important it is to create and maintain balance in all areas. This also includes our work. We all have seven days a week. It would make sense to work three or five days to have a balance between work and rest. So, why it has been standardized to work five and only rest for two? And what does that have to do with our productivity?If we’re looking at the countries that according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development are the most productive and those that are not, we can see a direct correlation between working hours. While Norway, Denmark, and Germany, on average, work around 27 hours a week, Japan and Mexico, nations that are known for overworked employees, rank as least productive while filling longer hours.The fundamental goal of a 4-day workweek is to improve workers’ quality of life. By working fewer hours overall and having three full days off, people have more time for personal priorities like:

Before the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 in America, most employees were working seven days a week. History has proven that we thrive better in structure, so someone had shown example and boosted our productivity.It was none other than Henry Ford who changed the narrative from working every day to working five days a week. He said: “Just as the eight-hour day opened our way to prosperity in America, so the five-day workweek will open our way to still greater prosperity. It is

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