Coffee Talk: The Case for the Three-day Workweek


The AGF Professional Development Group  had a lively Coffee Talk exploring the  cocoffee talksncept of a global three-day workweek, which was recently proposed by the world’s second-richest man, Carlos Slim of Mexico. Slim proposes that working three days a week for a longer period of time would better reflect the underlying economic and demographic reality of today’s world. There are strong arguments to be made for the three-day work week that include a boost in innovation potential, job creation and on-the-job productivity.

Check out this article by The Washington Post blogger Dominic Basulto that was used to kick-off the discussion.

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A special thanks to the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust for sponsoring this affinity group!