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Is it time for the 4-day work week? Hear the discussion from Davos 2022

The Four-Day Work Week: Necessity or Luxury? The panel at Davos 2022 discusses the pros and cons of a 4-day work week. Image: WEF screenshot

Robin Pomeroy

Podcast Editor, World Economic Forum

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