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Everyone’s Learning the Wrong Lesson From the Icelandic 4-Day Workweek Experiment

An “overwhelming success”… for whom?

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I felt a familiar sinking dread as I read the news that the Icelandic four-day workweek experiment was considered a roaring success. (The full report, released by progressive thinktank Autonomy, is well worth a read.)




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