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If you think you might fancy long weekends year round, then the four-day work week may be just the ticket
to a better life.

The question as to whether presenteeism can be a cause for poor productivity in the workforce has become a popular topic of debate. So does spending less time at work mean better outcomes for personal wellbeing and professional output? One New Zealand company that decided to trial the four-day working week wanted to test exactly that.

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