Those who are in favor of lesser workdays in a week can increase the productivity of the company and employee. For them, Microsoft is employing four days’ work week strategy in japan, and the results of this experiment are unbelievable. Microsoft used this concept in Tokyo, and they gave every Friday off. Company-paid workers for every fifth day and because of this, the employee can spend more time with their family. The result of this was shocking. Productivity increased by up to 40.00%, according to the company. Employees filled more efficiency into their 31-hour weeks by directing more distant conference calls, while also printing far fewer material at the office cost assets. General data from the so-called Work-Life Choice Test showed “employees are seeking spread work styles,” Microsoft administrators said in a speech. This kind of experiment sometimes will not work because japanize employes follow their work ethics strongly than any others.
According to some reports of 2019, most of the American companies are offering 4-day work per week. This report also stated that four-day work per week is uncommon, but companies are not facing any loss in productivity. In Newzealand founder of Perpetual Guardian employed this concept to the 231 employees of the company. And they found that after giving fifth-day work off to the employees, their productivity increased by 20% and the profit of the company is remained unchanged. Also, one of the call center companies in the United Kingdom gave the fifth day of their 502 workers, and they found that the productivity of workers increased by up to 30%.
Microsoft administrators in Japan said their data open some barriers for applying a four-day workweek more generally, including some pushback from managers and jagged results reliant on the department. But Mr. Bames, who is writing a book on four-day work per week this concept can work in any kind of company independent of size and revenue