Four-day working week: How to gain a three-day weekend without sacrificing results
Is it possible to gain a three-day weekend without sacrificing results and productivity? Yes it is, founders and activists tell John Meagher — and it can also mean fewer dull meetings, higher employee retention and lower rates of burnout
It is known as the 100:80:100 principle and, for an increasing number of employees, it is transforming their work and lives. It stands for 100pc of pay for 80pc of the time in exchange for 100pc of productivity or output. And it is the building block of the burgeoning four-day week global movement.