The four-day working week: dream or nightmare?

By Stan Siebert, Professor of Labour Economics Department of Management¬† Imagine Joe, a carpenter in a small furniture-making business. Joe is paid by the hour, and often works overtime because he is paying off the mortgage. On top of his basic 38 hours, he puts in about 5 hours a week overtime, at time-and-a-half pay. … Continue reading “The four-day working week: dream or nightmare?”