The second richest man in the world says people should only have to work three days a week.
Carlos Slim, the CEO of Mexican telecom company Telmex, told attendees at a business conference in Paraguay this week that it's time for a "radical overhaul" of people's work lives, the Financial Times reports.
He said people should work well into their golden years, but take a lot more personal time along the way.
"People are going to have to work for more years, until they are 70 or 75, and just work three days a week — perhaps 11 hours a day," he told the conference.
"With three work days a week, we would have more time to relax; for quality of life. Having four days (off) would be very important to generate new entertainment activities and other ways of being occupied."
Slim, 74, has instituted a voluntary program at Telmex where workers can stay on past retirement at full pay for four days a week.