Employees Who Shift To 4-Day Week Devote New Free Time to Sleep

Not all organizations that begin these four-day trials complete them. (Representational) When employees can slash their traditional five-day workweek to four days, they tend to allocate their new free time to one surprising activity: sleep. Workers who shifted to 32-hour workweeks logged 7.58 hours per night of sleep, nearly a full hour more than when … Read more