Is a four-day week the new five?; More British firms are trialling the latest workplace trend, writes Harry Brennan
Work four days a week, but get paid for five - this is the radical new flexible working regime winning over businesses and employees following the pandemic.
Once a far-off utopian dream of organised labour, the movement, galvanised by the coronavirus shake-up to traditional office working, is building momentum.
Tech firm Arken introduced a fourday week for its small team of 22 employees this month, following a nine-month trial throughout the pandemic. The firm's boss Dave Newick said...