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Category: Work/Life Balance

Replacing the Conventional Five-Day Workweek

The five-day, 40-hour workweek goes as far back as 1926 when Henry Ford replaced his six-days-a-week work schedule with a five-day workweek, with no change in compensation. His motivation? He thought his workers would become more productive and use their extra time off spending their money.

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Do Financial Incentives Increase Employee Wellness?

Recognizing the challenge of getting all employees engaged in wellness activities, many employers have resorted to offering direct financial incentives to employees in order to increase participation and raise the overall physical and mental well-being of all employees.

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