complete upgrade. This is the evaluation thatIceland I deserved it after trying for four years in a row Four working days a week. The trials, conducted by Reykjavik City Council and the national government, involved more than 2,500 workers, equivalent to about 1% of the Icelandic working population, who were in a number of workplaces, including nursery schools, offices, social service providers, hospitals and I had my working hours reduced to four days a week with the same salary received.
As reported by BBC, the exceptional productivity results reported from 2015 to 2019 allowed unions to renegotiate their business models, and Now 86% of the Icelandic workforce has switched to shorter working hours for the same pay Or it will be due to it in the employment contract, which opens the doors to more flexible forms of work that make it possible to better reconcile the work-life balance. In fact, according to researchers from the British Research Center Autonomy and the Association for Sustainable Democracy (Alda) in Iceland, many of those employees who moved from 40 hours a week to 35 or 36 hours a week reported feeling less stressed and less at risk of burnout and reported that Improved health and work-life balance. “This study shows that the world’s largest trial of a shorter work week in the public sector has been an all-round overwhelming success,” said Will Strong, Director of Research at Autonomy. Learn lessons from it.”
While he is in Italy, there are still those who object to those who try to do so Organize smart work to make it actually an accessible way of working For anyone who requires it and whose profession allows it, many other countries have begun similar experiences, as in New Zealand and Spain, where at present A study is underway to reduce to 32 hours of workweek To allow workers to spend less time in the office for equal pay. Who knows when we too will understand that quality of life aligns with productivity.