Following the Covid crisis, questions related to time management in companies, new organisations and work rhythms have obviously gained importance. Among these issues, which were strongly revived by the pandemic, the 4-day working week was much talked about.
Its principle: the same salary, the same benefits and the same workload, but over four days instead of five. A practice that is giving rise to a real debate, as many trade unions across Europe are asking governments to consider integrating this four-day week. The reason is that it would be a source of satisfaction, work/life balance and performance for employees.