The 4-day working week continues to be a hot topic with companies trialing the concept across the globe in 2023.
But is it the right strategy for your orgnaisation? Would it honestly increase productivity, retention and make it easier to recruit new employees?
In this report we explore insights from our own 4-day week webinar with Andrew Barnes, founder of 4 Day Week Global and Anne-Marie Lister, Chief People Officer at Atom Bank as well as data from recent Robert Walters polls around what orgnaisations must take into consideration when implementing a 4-day working week.
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