What's the New Work Week?

Cheryl Swanson
Founder and Managing Partner

Forget 12–16-hour days 5 days a week. That’s a recipe for burnout and since the Pandemic, workers like flexibility; they don’t like being chained to their cubicle for hours on end. They don’t like cubicles period. At Toniq, we’ve had a 4-day work week since I can remember. Fridays were for recharging the brain and body. With the “Great Resignation” afoot and tensions mounting about returning to an office full-time, now is the perfect time to rethink the hours we spend at work in this country. Why not experiment with the Nordic-style five-to-six-hour workday? Less meetings, more productivity would probably ensue.⁠

How many hours do you work each week?⁠

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