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24 Jan
10:37pm, 24 Jan 2022
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rf_fozzy
4 day week starting to gain some traction.

amp.ft.com

(Or Google: "Get ready for the four-day working week" to get the open link to the FT article)
J2R
24 Jan
10:39pm, 24 Jan 2022
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J2R
Yes, jda, spot on about Cummings. Very much a lightweight, with delusions about himself. But he clearly manages to convince people who should know better.
24 Jan
10:49pm, 24 Jan 2022
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Fields
Interesting article fozzy. I think chefs would still do 60 hours on a 4 day week, it’s a very hours intensive job
24 Jan
11:20pm, 24 Jan 2022
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rf_fozzy
Its not just chefs, Fields. Other professions too

And the point of it is that it's not that you take the y hours you'd work in 5 days and cram it into 4, its pro-rata, for the same pay.

The studies show that people get the same work done as it cuts down on unproductive time/sick days etc etc.

However, jobs where they are employing people to do a 6 day job in 5 days will have to reconsider.

Mainly because those people will leave to go to jobs with better work-life balance.

It's happening in the NHS and academia won't be far behind if they don't change.
24 Jan
11:35pm, 24 Jan 2022
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Fields
I certainly hope it becomes commonplace in my lifetime. Particularly as working on trains when commuting and “doing emails in the evening” seems to be expected by many employers.

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