Three days a week, Microsoft Japan sales increased by 40%

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zhongxinwang· 2019-11-05 21:34:57

According to foreign media reports, Microsoft Japan has piloted employee 3 in August. The results of the recent announcement show that during the implementation of the system, the company's employee sales increased by 40%.

It is reported that Microsoft Japan set a Friday as a rest day in August, and the company’s regular employees can still get paid on this day in the name of “special paid leave”. In addition, the company has implemented a series of office reform experiments, such as the meeting must be completed within 30 minutes.

The report said that after one month's three-time trial, the company's electricity bill decreased by 23.1% year-on-year, the number of printed papers decreased by 58.7%, and labor productivity increased by 40%. The support rate exceeded 90%.

The company plans to implement a second round of similar trials this winter, but the "special paid leave" system will be abolished.

However, some opponents expressed concern that they believe that reduced working hours may lead workers to work part-time in more free time, which means employees have to complete in their more limited time. The same amount of work.

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