This is an interesting proposal from the Green Party.
Appearing on BBC One's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday, the co-leaders of the Green Party explained their proposals to introduce a three day weekend.
Jonathan Bartley and Caroline Lucas presented the proposals as a solution to the growing inequality in society and as a way to boost productivity.
As technology continues to evolve, and we move towards a time when automation and artificial intelligence takes more of the strain, our attitudes towards the traditional working week might need to change.
Within the BBC article below, there's mention of a report by the New Economics Foundation which argues for a shorter working week as a way to lower unemployment and redistribute work more evenly across the population.
With some countries now experimenting with unconditional basic income, we look forward to seeing how these big ideas develop in the future.
If you were able to work for four days and then have three days of leisure, how would you spend the time?
"When I was a kid we were told there would be all this wealth created, we'd have this great technological advance, but all we're seeing is growing inequality and we feel that people are being short-changed."