The benefits of the 4-day workweek

06/24/2013 | CNN

Some employers have found that embracing a four-day workweek can help them boost productivity and retain talented men and women, writes Peggy Drexler, an assistant professor of psychology at Cornell University. Employees may fear missing out on valuable opportunities if they choose to work less, so "the four-day week tends to work best when the entire office is involved," she writes.

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