For most employed adults around the world, the work day is defined by the 9am to 6pm grind, an eight-hour day that is replicated five days a week.
But a firm in New Zealand threw convention out the window earlier this year when it tried out a four-day work week - meaning employees were paid for 40 hours of work, despite having to work only 32.
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