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Imagine If Every Weekend Was A Three-Day Weekend

After more than a year of working remotely, white-collar America is beginning to ask, “Who needs a 40-hour work week anyway?” Joe Pinsker, staff writer for The Atlantic, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss why productivity needn’t rely on a traditional five days of work — and how some companies have cut office hours and found a boost in output and morale. His article is called “The Case for the Four-Day Workweek.”