Domestic Society
3:04 25 November 2021
Post by: WBJ

Most managers and specialists want to work 4 days a week

Most managers and specialists want to work 4 days a week
Source: Photo by Scott Graham on Unsplash

96 percent of specialists and managers could work four days a week, eight hours a day, and 52 percent. 4 days a week, 10 hours a day. The condition is to keep the current remuneration, according to the report of Hays Poland.

Recently, employees have complained more often about exhaustion and lack of motivation. This often had an impact on the results at work. Therefore, companies began to pay more and more attention to the issue of caring for the mental well-being of employees. However, there are proposals that go a step further, namely – projects to shorten the working week. The Hays Poland four-day work week study was conducted in a group of over 2,200 specialists and managers in the period from July to September this year.

In countries where national economies have been hit hard by the pandemic, shortening the working week is sometimes seen as a way to boost consumption and hence economic growth.

According to Aleksandra Tyszkiewicz, executive director at Hays Poland, an employee who has more time for himself is refreshed and motivated. If, in addition, he has the ability to function in an optimized and technologically advanced work environment, he is able to give more. Thinks creatively focuses on what is really important and does not waste time on time-consuming, administrative activities.


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