Quality Of Life: Learning From The German Way Of Efficient Working

Quality Of Life: Learning From The German Way Of Efficient Working

How are German workers able to work less, yet be more productive? A labor lawyer and author explains.

Naresh Kumar
  • 27 august 2010

Thomas Geoghegan, a Chicago-based labor lawyer and author of Were You Born on the Wrong Continent? : How the European Model Can Help You Get a Life, spoke to Salon on what America can learn from the German working model, where people work less hours, have higher productivity and enjoy a greater quality of life.

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