Imagine a company where employees set their own hours, where there are no offices, where employees get to endorse or veto any new venture, and where the CEO lets other people make nearly all the decisions. In 'The Seven-Day Weekend', Ricardo Semler shows that for those willing to take a chance, there is a better way to run a workplace. He explains how the technology that was supposed to make life easier - laptops, cell phones, e-mail, pagers - has in fact stolen free time and destroyed the traditional nine-to-five workday. But this can be a good thing - if you have the freedom to get your job done on your own terms and to blend your work life and personal life with enthusiasm and creative energy. Ricardo Semler thinks that companies ought to put employee freedom and satisfaction ahead of corporate goals.
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Subtítulo: A MANIFESTO FOR RADICAL WORKPLACE CHANGE