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      2021-03-24 17:21:58  每日學英語
      Spain has decided to experiment with a four-day working week after the government accepted a proposal to test out the idea. It is set to become the first country in Europe to try the 32-hour, four-day working week.



      According to The Guardian, Spain could begin testing the proposal as early as this fall. For years, patrons for a four-day workweek have asserted that a compact schedule could pilot more productivity and a better work-life balance. This perspective gained credence in a few of the countries amid the coronavirus pandemic that has seen drastic changes to the way people work. Now, Spain is about to explore first hand whether the concept works. The 32-hour workweek would allow employees to spend less time at the office with no change in pay.


      The Guardian cited a source in Spain’s industry ministry that said discussions over the project were in their inceptive stages, with everything still up for debate. Although the push for a 4-day-week has already been gaining momentum in Spain, schools, universities and other public administrations and institutions are yet to adopt the proposal fully and fledged.