Pilot project in Ontario community to study benefits of 4-day work week

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An eight month trial is underway in Zorra, Ontario to see whether four-day work weeks could lead to more productivity. The township hopes to use the pilot program as a recruitment tool, keeping the community competitive with their centres that can offer more money. The trial’s shorter stint involves the same amount of hours and pay.

Anne Gaviola explains what the community has discovered so far, and their hopes for the future.

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