According to research, a shortened week experiment in Wales will result in the creation of thousands of jobs

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The Future Generations Commissioner for Wales has urged the Welsh government to test a shorter work week, which may result in thousands of new employment and a happier and healthier workforce.

Sophie Howe, whose job entails safeguarding future generations’ interests under the country’s Well-being of Future Generations Act, said a shorter work week appealed to her because it could boost productivity, improve work-life balance, and help people care for loved ones as the population ages and demand for care rises.