Sweden Proposes Paid Sex Breaks To Increase Employee Wellness
Sweden proposes paid sex breaks to increase employee wellness and the world suddenly stops to listen. This is why Sweden is so way ahead of the game, no other country even comes close to it.
Recently, Sweden announced that it will officially switch to a 6 hour work day and now they come up with this completely outside the box proposal – paid sex breaks for employees.
Sweden is also one of the first countries in the world to open stores without employees where anyone can go in and serve themselves with the products they want and pay for them via mobile apps.
Another field where the Scandinavian country is top of the line is when it comes to going completely cash free. Sweden will manage to do that in less than 15 years, making it a global trendsetter.
Coming back to the subject at hand, Per-Erik Muskos, a city councilor for the Swedish town of Övertorneå, proposed paid sex breaks for employees in order to promote wellness and to increase productivity at the workplace.
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Muskos claims that couple who have sex during the day will be more productive and this is why he thinks that everybody should get a 1 hour paid sex break from the office.
“There are studies that show sex is healthy,” Muskos said to the AFP. “It’s about having better relationships,” he added.
When people are not having orgasms, it comes as no surprise that happiness is missing in a large proportion from their lives. This affects their overall state of mind which leads to under performing at work and in any other aspects you may be involved.
What do you think about this proposal? Would you like to see it implemented?