Be More Productive. Shorten the Workweek. - NYTimes.com
Tina Miller, MA,CFLE stashed this in sociology
But there’s one surprising effect of the changed schedule: better work gets done in four days than in five.When there’s less time to work, you waste less time. When you have a compressed workweek, you tend to focus on what’s important. Constraining time encourages quality time.
That makes sense.