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Title: Estudi sobre l’opinió de la reducció setmanal de la jornada laboral a 4 dies
Author: Rodríguez Aragonès, Edgar
Tutor: Grau-Grau, Marc  
Keywords: work-life balance
Issue Date: 28-Jun-2022
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: In recent years, we see the possible idea of a reduction in working hours in the Spanish State taking on strength. Some people see it as a natural development in the time of our society. But we can certainly consider this to be a job claim for the workers themselves, as many of them believe that it can bring about associated improvements such as work-life balance, flexibility or more hours for their own leisure. But with the structural unemployment and the weak economic context in Spain, we can even consider whether it is a beneficial idea for the worker or more importantly for the employer, and what kind of relation have in terms of productivity. The four-day working day has various possibilities, as has been seen in other countries and environments, can result in a reduction in hours with a reduction in salaries, as well as the possibility of doing the same hours in 4 days that would be done in 5. In this document, we are going to go into the theoretical framework regarding this type of work schedule, its historical context, its background, what kind of benefits it may have, and we are going to look at the B-side of its implementation. The aim of this study is to see the different opinion of the workers regarding the weekly working day of 4 days and what perception they have of its possible application. To sum up, the different perspectives have been analyzed to achieve a real and objective opinion, where it depends on the type of work and the organizational culture of the company that you are employed there will be some benefits or disadvantages.
Language: Catalan
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