For businesses that employ an in-person model, one type of significant change that a four-day workweek could bring is an increase in foot traffic. For businesses operating under an in-person model, one significant change that a four-day workweek could bring is an increase in foot traffic, more property damage and possible thefts. (Photo: BGStock72/Adobe Stock)

We’ve been hearing a lot more these days about the idea of the four-day workweek. For example, from January to June 2022, Scotland conducted a trial experiment running a 100-80-100 model. The trial “succeeded,” according to Scottish authorities, and several businesses elected to continue using the model.

In the United States, the Thirty-Two Hour Workweek Act was reintroduced by Rep. Mark Takano

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