WILL COMPANIES MOVE TO FOUR-DAY WORK WEEK

(NewsNation) — Trials of four-day work weeks have been successful, with happier workers and no loss of productivity. Now, some companies are starting to make shorter work weeks a standard practice

Not everyone is behind the idea of a shorter work week, and there continues to be debate over the practice. But some lawmakers, including California Rep. Mark Takano and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, are working to make the standard work week just 32 hours, with no loss of pay for workers.

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