Dr. Miriam Lacey Quoted in Article About the Four-Day Workweek
In an article on the news website Remote Report, Miriam Lacey shares her insights about the prospect of a four-day workweek. For businesses seeking to determine if they should try a four-day workweek, they first need to decide if it will be optional or required, said Lacey. She cautions against companies going fully remote on a four-day-a-week schedule, as it could weaken company culture. She recommends mandating at least one day a week in the office. “Four-day workweeks work particularly well when people can work from home a portion of the week,” she said. Businesses can also make remote days 10-hour shifts, and in-person days an eight-hour shift, Lacey added.
The full article is available here.