GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The pandemic and our work from home orders has given many of us a moment to pause and think about our time and how it's spent.
Recently, a study was conducted in Sweden on the benefits of a six hour work day. Researchers found that people were more productive, had better attitudes while at work and took less sick time.
Elizza LeJeune, a social worker with Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, talks about why a shorter work day might be beneficial.
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