A New Zealand company that tried 4-day workweeks says people were more creative, more punctual, and more energetic — and they want to keep it going

In March and April, the 240 employees at Perpetual Guardian worked four-day workweeks (32 hours instead of 40) — and were paid for five. Now, according to The New York Times, Perpetual Guardian, a firm that manages trusts, wills, and estates, is hoping to make the new work schedule permanent…. Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/four-day-workweek-new-zealand-company-perpetual-guardian-2018-7