Not everyone enjoys a 2-day weekend with their jobs. Some get only 1-day weekends while others get none. Some have flexible work hours and don’t have a fixed 5-day workweek. Recently, some countries have tested a 4-day workweek schedule in their countries.
The results have been quite positive. Companies who tested out a 4-day workweek reported that their productivity has greatly increased. They also said that their employees were healthier and happier. Not to mention the savings made on utility bills and other resources.
In line with this, the Real Research online survey application has launched a survey to find out what the public feels about a permanent 4-day workweek. Would they be accepting of this new norm? What would they like most about this if it becomes permanent?
Answer now on the Real Research Survey App from May 21, 2021, and share your opinion with us. In return, 10 TNC Coins will be given as rewards for your survey participation.
Public Perception About 4-day Workweeks
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