Four-day workweeks sap the motivation of workers because rigid schedules lead to employees not giving any extra effort, Kris Dunn writes. "Here's an idea -- give up the evil kung fu grip on office hours and give a telecommuting day per week. See how much discretionary effort you get as a result of that move vs. the four-day workweek," Dunn writes.

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