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Four day working week is ‘viable option’ for firms, report claims

The study by Autonomy which used profitability statistics on over 50,000 leading UK firms, simulated the best and worst case scenarios regarding profit rates for a four-day week

A new study by Autonomy has revealed the viable options for firms wanting to switch to a four-day (32 hour) working week.

The study, which used profitability statistics on over 50,000 leading UK firms, simulated the best and worst case scenarios regarding profit rates for a four-day week.

Under

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rio, the group reported that a reduction in hours would be “entirely offset” by increases in productivity and price increases. Whilst under the worst-case scenario, a four-day week with no loss of

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