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German companies to try 4-day work week from February 1 for the next six months

  • To address the labor shortage, 45 German companies will implement a 4-day workweek experiment for half a year, aiming to increase productivity and motivation.
  • Similar experiments in other countries have shown lower stress levels and a desire among participants to maintain the 4-day workweek permanently.
  • While 73% of Germans support a shorter workweek, experts remain unsure about its impact on productivity and its potential ripple effects.
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