We read an article about a company that decided not to work on Wednesdays:
Vocabulary Top 10:
slack off - to do something with less effort or energy than you did it with before; to become less active, forceful, etc.
brunt - the main force or effect of (something harmful or dangerous)
idle - not working, active, or being used; not having any real purpose or value
in tow - used to describe a situation in which someone is going somewhere with another person or group
vindication - to show that (someone or something that has been criticized or doubted) is correct, true, or reasonable
brief - instructions that explain what a person is supposed to do
catch up on - to do (something) that you could have done earlier
bang for your buck - used to describe how much value is received when money/time/effort is spent
trialling - testing the quality, value, or usefulness of (something)
unmitigated - complete and total — usually used to describe something bad
Would you like to have a day off in the middle of the week?
What day of the week would you prefer to have off?
Do you think this 4 day week would be possible in your workplace? Why/why not?@Diakha @Manar @Alexa @april @Sarraf @aza @Shiny03 @oscar001 @Rob_Negrete