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Spain is set to become one of the first countries to test out a four-day workweek, an experiment advocates have long argued boosts productivity and creativity among workers.

According to The Guardian’s Ashifa Kassam, the Spanish government agreed to a pilot program earlier this year at the urging of left-wing party Más País and has been meeting with the group party since to dictate terms of the program. While details haven’t yet been solidified, Más País is proposing a three-year, 50-million-euro project that would allow companies to test out a 32-hour workweek without docking employee pay.

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