It'll make you want to up-end your whole desk, and chuck it into a nearby canal.

Sweden are currently trialling a 6-hour working day in many offices, with many more companies planning to follow the trend.

Working less hours boasts many positive effects such as a lower turnover rate and happier staff. Even your business' profits can go up by 25%, which is what happened to the Toyota centre in Gothenburg, who have already made the switch.

Staff conflicts? They've taken a huge dive too, due to employees having more sleep and generally being much more cheerful.

It seems like a no brainer, right? Like Sweden are being forward-thinking and their whole country is benefiting as a result? That's what it looks like to us, anyway.

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