Future of Work

5 reasons a 4-day week could be the future of work

At Davos 2022 experts discussed the viability of the 4-day work week

At Davos 2022, experts discussed the viability of the 4-day workweek. Image: World Economic Forum

Lukas Bester
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Minister Ohood Bint Khalfan Al Roumi of the UAE and Prof Adam Grant of The Wharton School at Davos 2022
Minister Ohood Bint Khalfan Al Roumi of the UAE and Prof Adam Grant of the Wharton School at Davos 2022. Image: World Economic Forum
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