Swedes looking forward to a six-hour workday just got some bad news: thecosts outweigh the benefits.

A two-year experiment cutting working hours while maintainingpay levels for nurses at Svartedalen old people’s home in theSwedish city of Gothenburg is now nearing the end. The take awaywas largely positive, with nurses at the home feeling healthier,which reduced sick-leave, and patient care improving.

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