Companies like Microsoft and Shake Shack have experimented with the four-day workweek to improve work-life balance for their employees.
But for all the advantages a shorter workweek may offer, there's also a downside to consider. Cutting the workweek short could mean less time for longer-term career development, says time-management expert Laura Vanderkam.
A more viable answer to providing a better work-life balance could be offering more flexible working hours throughout the week rather than...
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