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The Four-day week had a positive impact on their organization and would become permanent BUT what about Productivity and customer experience?

By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work | Leading Global HR Analytics, Driving Business Growth

💡 100% of managers and CEOs who were consulted said that the four-day week had a ‘positive’ or ‘very positive’ impact on their organization

✔️ Of the 61 organizations that took part in the 2022 UK four-day week pilot, at least 54 have confirmed that they are still operating the policy one year later (89%). In addition, at least half of them have made the four-day week permanent!

✔️ The improvements in physical and mental health, work-life balance, and general life satisfaction, as well as the reductions in burnout found at the end of the pilot have all been maintained one year on.

✔️ Majority of employees reported a positive impact on their personal lives and shared feedback about the policy improving their sense of wellbeing and personal happiness.

✔️ A further twelve months into working a four-day week, work intensityhas decreased and is now even lower than it was before the pilot.

✔️ Job satisfaction is slightly lower when compared to the endpoint of the pilot, but nevertheless remains significantly higher than it was prior to the introduction of the four-day week.

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