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Four-day work weeks are leaving workers refreshed and productive. Could it become the new norm?

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The 40-hour workweek has reigned since around the time of the Great Depression. But a new schedule gaining steam could lead some companies to throw out the practice of having employees clock in five days a week.

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Like 'quiet quitting,' 'quiet firing' reveals more cracks within the workforce

Both "quiet quitting" and "quiet firing" point to general unhappiness within the workforce. (Pexels)

In the era of back-to-office battles, a labor shortage and increased unionization efforts across the country, employees and employers alike are labeling new terms to describe the state of the workforce.

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Employees challenge the eight-hour workday with 'quiet quitting'

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Some workers are done being overachievers.

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