A lot of offices are already working almost like consultancies. There’s no need for managers to have all their workers in the office at the same time, they just want to get the results and people have to deliver,” he says.

“Compare that to the assistant nurses – they can’t just leave work to go to the dentist or to the doctors or the hairdressers.”

“So I don’t think people should start with the question of whether or not to have reduced hours.

via What really happened when Swedes tried six-hour days? – BBC News

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