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The Four-Day Week

Henley Business School - leading four-day week research

“'Four-day week' refers to the working pattern where businesses offer some or all of their staff the ability to work for four days while still being paid a full-time salary.”
Dr Rita Fontinha, Director of Flexibility at Henley's World of Work Institute

Surveying 500 businesses and 2000 employees, our new report, The four-day week: The pandemic and the evolution of flexible-working, explores the benefits of working fewer days to both organisations and workers.

The study follows our 2019 report Four Better or Four Worse. Explore our findings below.

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