30% of CEOs Are Thinking of Shifting Away from the Five-Day Workweek

Was your two-day weekend long enough, or could you really use a third day off right now?

A new poll of 100 CEOs found 30% are seriously thinking about shifting away from the five-day workweek now.  That’s how many said they’re considering a four-day or four-and-a-half-day week.

Four-and-a-half usually means Fridays are a half-day.  But it depends on your job.  (Starting late on a Monday sounds pretty good right about now.)

A lot of us would even be willing to work the same number of hours to make it happen.

A poll in November asked people if they’d be willing to work 10-hour days, four days a week.  77% said it would have a “positive” impact on their life, including almost half who said “extremely positive.”