A whole slew of facts about the increase in productivity, and other tricks involved, like setting meetings to no more than 30 minutes, remote access, and more. The amount of printing was reduced, and electrical usage, but they didn’t note if this was eight hour days, or the 4 days 40 hours concept. Either way, however, it could be something that needs more attention. Any increase in productivity while returning more time to the employee should be an option.
Microsoft said a four-day workweek in its Japan offices led to a 40% jump in productivity in August.
Found at www.insider.com