Work Less, Do More: Designing the 4-Day Week (Paperback)
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Work Less, Do More: Designing the 4-Day Week (Paperback)

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Paperback 336 Pages
Published: 13/04/2023
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'A must read for anyone interested in the 4-day week' - Heejung Chung, professor at the University of Kent and author of The Flexibility Paradox

'This invaluable book offers a clear way forward: we don't need to burn ourselves out, we can work less and get more done' - Rebecca Seal, author of SOLO: How To Work Alone (And Not Lose Your Mind)

The 4-day week is no longer just an idea. Following successful trials in countries as far apart as New Zealand and the United Kingdom (where nearly all companies involved opted to continue beyond the pilot), research now shows that a shorter workweek benefits both companies and employees, increasing productivity, wellbeing and staff retention.

Work Less, Do More offers a practical framework for making the 4-day week a reality in your business, whatever its sector and size. Top expert and Silicon Valley-based consultant Alex Pang helps you:

-Identify the best pattern for your company
-Assemble your team
-Define what success looks like
-Think through worst-case scenarios and troubleshoot potential difficulties
-Put your plan into action

So whether you are a founder who wants to make the 4-day week a reality, an employee who needs to make the case for a shorter working pattern to your board, or a manager who wonders whether this could give your team an extra edge, this is the only book you need to make the 4-day week work for you.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241645185
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 234 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 20 mm


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The way we work is changing at an incredible pace. This invaluable book offers a clear way forward: we don't need to burn ourselves out, we can work less and get more done, and we can all, wherever we are in our careers, get our lives back. - Rebecca Seal, author of SOLO: How To Work Alone (And Not Lose Your Mind)

Read this book, stop with the long hours and get a life! - Henry Stewart, author of The Happy Manifesto and Founder and Chief Happiness Office at Happy

A must read for anyone interested in the 4 day week. Not only does the book provide detailed accounts of how the 4-day-week was implemented across a wide range of companies across sectors and across countries, the book also provides answers to any doubts you may have about whether implementing a 4 day week is realistic. The answer is yes. - Heejung Chung, professor at the University of Kent and author of The Flexibility Paradox

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