CEO Secrets: ‘Four-day weeks are good for business’

Many firms and countries have started experimenting with four-day, rather than five-day weeks, because it reduces the risk of staff “burning out” and improves their work-life balance. Unilever is trialling the scheme at its offices and plants in New Zealand. Iceland’s national government and Reykjavík City Council have put 2,500 public sector employees on a four-day week.

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