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Don’t dismiss the four-day week

Banks and law firms should remember how well staff worked from home

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Published 7 October 2022

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More than 70 businesses are currently trialling a four-day week. Half-time results show increases in productivity and employee wellbeing. Some industries which operate more traditional working patterns, such as law firms and banks, might write off the four-day week as unworkable for them, but should they?

Our Andrew Granger and Daniel Zona discuss the ongoing trial in a recent article with the Times, and why banks and law firms should not be so quick to dismiss the concept of a four-day week.

To read the full article please click here.

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Don’t dismiss the four-day week

Banks and law firms should remember how well staff worked from home

Published 7 October 2022

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More than 70 businesses are currently trialling a four-day week. Half-time results show increases in productivity and employee wellbeing. Some industries which operate more traditional working patterns, such as law firms and banks, might write off the four-day week as unworkable for them, but should they?

Our Andrew Granger and Daniel Zona discuss the ongoing trial in a recent article with the Times, and why banks and law firms should not be so quick to dismiss the concept of a four-day week.

To read the full article please click here.

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