Almost every organisation that took part in the UK trial of a four-day week (92%) has decided to continue with a shorter working week, after the pilot saw a reduction in burnout, anxiety, fatigue and sickness absence.
A four-day working week may be attractive for employees, but what challenges could organisations encounter? Ashleigh Webber looks at some of the practicalities of the shorter working week.
A model policy to allow employees to work compressed hours where your organisation's needs and employees' job duties allow it.
A model contract clause to set out terms relating to compressed hours of work.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to compressed hours.
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