My take on a variety of topics that are shaping the U.S. in the 21st century.
Monday, November 28, 2016
Life in Denmark
The government encourages a 37-hour workweek, a designated lunch break, a minimum five weeks of paid vacation, extended and paid parental leave, and flexible schedules with the option to work from home as well as incentives for child care. On average, Danes spend less than one-third of their time working — and yet, they're still more productive than most of the European Union or the United States