This is interesting:
Sleep deprivation drastically fell for those in the study who changed to a four-day week. The percentage of those who had been getting less than seven hours of sleep a night decreased from 42.6% to 14.5%.
We know that people who are sleep deprived are cognitively impaired, make more mistakes, and just generally run the risk of some pretty serious health implications. Could a 4-day work week get you more “quality” hours of work from someone who isn’t sleep-deprived than you’re currently getting in the 5-day week?
It’s something to think about.
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