Future Proof: Shortening Work-Week For Greater Productivity

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14 April 2019

New Straits Times

According to various studies, the average worker can really focus for only three or four hours during a typical eight-hour day. The rest of the time is filled up with unproductive activities, including meetings, browsing online, visiting social media sites, chatting with colleagues or friends online and so on. Requiring them to be in the office for eight hours or more will not result in productivity gains, just tired and restless employees.

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