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The technology company Microsoft has it successfully trialed a four-day working week in Japan, which improvements in workers' productivity and job satisfaction. The trial place over the summer at the tech giant's headquarters in Tokyo. Employees were every Friday off as paid leave in August. The company the effects a three-day weekend would on workers' performance. Company executives said the shorter working week in additional benefits. Productivity by 40 per cent and 92 per cent of employees their satisfaction with the scheme. The trial could to a change in Japan's infamous workplace practices of long hours and lots of overtime.

Microsoft the trial the Work-Life Choice Challenge. The company said it , "to an environment where each employee can a diverse and flexible way of working according to the circumstances of their work and life". Other aspects of the trial shortening the length of meetings to a maximum of 30 minutes and encouraging workers to choose online chats over face-to-face ones. There additional advantages to the trial. Microsoft said that 23 per cent less electricity was and 59 per cent fewer pages were printed with August 2018. Microsoft will another experiment in Japan later this year and has employees for their input.

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