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If the five-hour workday makes sense, why aren’t we doing it? First, employers have to stop obsessing over hours

·4 min read
If the five-hour workday makes sense, why aren’t we doing it? First, employers have to stop obsessing over hours

Companies would be better off tracking tasks and projects instead of hours worked per day. That would give us greater flexibility in our lives.