Some top restaurants in Hong Kong have implemented shorter work weeks - five days, and even four - as they focus on staff well-being. Photo: Shutterstock
Some top restaurants in Hong Kong have implemented shorter work weeks - five days, and even four - as they focus on staff well-being. Photo: Shutterstock
Wellness

Shorter work week at Hong Kong restaurants for staff health and well-being – mental and physical – keeps them fresh and focused

  • Top restaurants in Hong Kong that brought in shorter work weeks say they make staff feel happier and healthier, and more productive and focused when at work
  • In an industry notorious for its long hours, Carlito Chiu, manager at Ando, says he feels more rested and mentally sharper

Some top restaurants in Hong Kong have implemented shorter work weeks - five days, and even four - as they focus on staff well-being. Photo: Shutterstock
Some top restaurants in Hong Kong have implemented shorter work weeks - five days, and even four - as they focus on staff well-being. Photo: Shutterstock
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