“As a workforce futurist with my own business, I often work a seven-day workweek. But depending on what needs to get done, some days I’ll work only a few hours and there are weeks when I might work only a few days.
Technological advances, an increased focus on employee well-being and a demand for flexibility has big corporations experimenting with flexible work arrangements like hybrid and asynchronous schedules. Pushing the idea further, some are advocating for a four-day workweek.”
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