How To Reduce Working Hours Without Compromising Productivity

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With more employers offering workers the ability to choose a hybrid schedule of in-person and remote work or complete remote work, the question of whether to uphold the traditional 40-hour workweek is a conversation some businesses are beginning to have. On one hand, the past few years have shown that business output can be maintained with a distributed workforce and reduced hours in uncertain times. On the other hand, there is the consistent worry that these positive results may eventually lower the quality of the business’s products or services and harm the company’s established workplace culture.

The decision to reduce the number of hours worked is one that can only be made with careful consideration, with leaders considering both the future of the business and the perspective of their workers. To help, a panel of Forbes Business Council members share strategies business leaders can leverage to shift to a four-day workweek or reduce hours without compromising productivity.

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