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A six-day workweek could go over like ‘a lead balloon,’ says ResumeBuilder’s chief career adviser

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Should we add another day to the workweek? That’s a hard pass from us.

Some organizations are considering moving to a six-day workweek model, despite the desire among many employees for greater work-life balance and even a four-day workweek, changes that may have recruitment and retention benefits for employers.

What’s happening? Almost one in 10 of the 753 business leaders surveyed by ResumeBuilder in April said they expect their employees to work a six-day workweek as soon as next year. One in six believe employees should work more than 40 hours a week, and 60% of leaders expect a six-day workweek to

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