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The Case for a 4-day Workweek? Nearly Half of Employees Worldwide Could Do Their Jobs in 5 Hours or Less Each Day

According to a global survey of nearly 3,000 employees across eight countries conducted by The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, nearly half (45 percent) of full-time workers say it should take less than five hours each day to do their job if they worked uninterrupted, while three out of four employees (72 percent) would work four days or less per week if pay remained constant. Yet, 71 percent of employees also say work interferes with their personal life.

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45% of People Think They Can Do Their Job in Less Than 5 Hours a Day, According to New Research

Most employees say they could get their work done in less than seven hours a day, according to a new study from the employment think tank the Workforce Institute at Kronos and the research firm Future Workplace.

| | Time
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Five-hour Work Day Anyone? Employees Say they Could Get Plenty Done in that Time

So, think you could do your job in less than eight hours a day? Nearly half of employees surveyed by the Kronos Workforce Institute said they could do their job fine in just five hours — if they could do it uninterrupted.

| | NPR Marketplace
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Best Market Strengthens Workplace Culture with Workforce Dimensions from Kronos

Best Market, a regional grocer with 30 locations, is making a renewed investment in its people by migrating to Workforce Dimensions, the next generation cloud solution from Kronos Incorporated.

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Kronos Rolls Out New Partner Program for Workforce Dimensions

Kronos, which provides workforce management and employee optimization cloud services, this week rolled out its new Workforce Dimensions Technology Partner Program.

| | Channel Partners Online
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Kronos Drives Innovation with Workforce Dimensions Technology Partner Program

Technology partners leverage the Kronos D5 platform to rapidly build engaging applications that boost productivity, add more capabilities, and extend the value of the revolutionary Workforce Dimensions suite.

| | LOWELL, Mass.
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How to Create and Manage an Effective Flexwork Policy

The tight talent market pushes more employers to adopt flexible working arrangements to accommodate the scheduling needs of hard-to-find-and-keep employees.

| | SHRM.org
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The Workforce Institute at Kronos Announces New Americas Board Member, Alexandra Levit

The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, a think tank dedicated to providing research and education on critical workplace issues facing organizations around the globe, today announced the addition of noted speaker and author Alexandra Levit to its Americas Board of Advisors.

| | LOWELL, Mass.
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Next on Workforce Institute Radio: The Benefits of Strategic Recognition

Joyce Maroney, executive director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated, welcomes Peter W. Hart, president and chief executive officer of Rideau, a leading provider of recognition and rewards technology and services based in Canada, on The Workforce Institute Radio podcast to discuss the benefits of strategic recognition.

| | LOWELL, Mass.
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The Difference Between Routine Burnout and Something Serious

These days, most jobs come with a dose of stress. But if you can’t sleep at night due to the anxiety, you might have a bigger problem.

| | Fast Company