This is also very good insight. I think the idea is to get better quality work out of employees by reducing burn out.

If management continues to push for more and more quality work, eventually productivity is going to go back down.

By reducing the work week, companies will most likely see higher quality work and enthusiastic employees. This could also help with turnover because happy employees tend to stay.

Thank you for your perspective!

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