Thursday, July 10, 2014

Enterprises TV Reports on the Benefits of a Compressed Work Week

Many companies and many countries implemented a four day work week. The shorter time period compresses work schedules to 32 or 40 hours per week. Workers are more productive since they have less time to get the job done. Enterprises TV reports on these benefits and more of switching to a short work week.

The benefits to working a shorter week are not only good for the worker but good for the environment too. When there is less time to get work done, employees tend to focus on what needs to be accomplished and spends less time getting there. Staff can use the extra day to see the doctor, get the car fixed, or spend more time with family. The reduction in air pollution is a big benefit for the environment. With less wear and tear on a vehicle and less money being spent on gas, the financial savings are also a perk to a shorter work week.

Enterprises TV recognizes that there are some jobs which are not conducive to a compressed work week. But for those that are, it would not hurt the company from giving it a try. A longer work day might actually be better in reaching customers and clients who are located in a different time zone.  It’s something to consider.

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