Time Will Tell: Sweden’s Six-Hour Work Day a Slump or Surge for Manufacturers?

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Gothenburg, Sweden announced its latest plans to abolish the six-hour workday. According to a report by the Atlantic, “The governing coalition has proposed a year-long trial that would divide some municipal workers into a test and control group at the same pay rate, with the test group working six-hour days and the control group working the traditional eight.”

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