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This company has DRASTICALLY changed the working week

A CEO has introduced a ‘no work Wednesday’ policy so that employees can enjoy a four-day working week – The Daily Mail reported.

Employees working for the Melbourne-based Versa Agency – under CEO Kathryn Blackham’s stewardship – can enjoy the luxury of working four days per week with a rest day in between.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Boris
    Thu, 9 Jan 2020 8:42am GMT
    I would love a four day working week but only if I am paid for a 5 day week, and therein lays the dilemma. For employers to offer this reduction, hours or days, the pay would be a bone of contention as they're seeing a reduction in time worked. If this then translates to less money in the workers pocket it won't work. I'd rather stick with 5 day weeks and be paid a decent wage than work 4 days and get less money. The fact that I work in public service and haven't had a pay rise in years means that I already feel like i'm being paid less for more!

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