5-Hour Workdays? 4-Day Workweeks? Yes, Please

A German entrepreneur named Lasse Rheingans has become a subject of attention since The Wall Street Journal recently reported on a novel idea he has put in place at his 16-person technology start-up: a five-hour workday. Mr. Rheingans is not just reducing the time his employees spend in the office; heโ€™s reducing the total time they spend working altogether. They arrive at 8 a.m. and leave at 1 p.m., at which point theyโ€™re not expected to work until the next morning.

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