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The Purpose and Aims of the Four-Day Week

Human Resources, Future of Work
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June 22, 2022
Four-Day Week Global is a non-profit community established to provide a platform of like-minded people who are interested in supporting the idea of the 4 day work week as a part of the future of work.

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The Four-Day Week is reduction in the work week from a standard 40 hours to 32 hours for the same pay and benefits. The purpose and aims of the 4 day work week is to encourage business, employees, researchers, and government to all play their part in creating a new way of working which will improve business productivity, worker health outcomes, stronger families and communities, challenge the gender equality issue, and work towards a more sustainable work environment.

4 Day Week Global is currently running a pilot program in United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Israel. The pilot programme is a coordinated, 6-month trial of a 4-day working week, with no loss in pay for employees. We are launching new programmes every quarter in different regions.


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We advocate for 100% of the pay, 80% of the time, but critically in exchange for 100% of the productivity.
4 Day Week can improve – productivity, wellbeing, engagement, recruitment, sustainability, gender equality, and innovation.
6-month pilot programme of 4-day week, with no loss in pay for employees.

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