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Germany is testing out a 4-day work week with full pay across 45 companies. The six-month trial follows similar experiments across a number of countries -- notably the UK, where 92% of companies kept the 4-day week. Bloomberg's Oliver Crook spoke with Carsten Meier, managing partner of Intraprenör, the consultancy group spearheading the project.
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