All Change at Work: Hybrid, Remote, the Right to Disconnect and the Four-Day Working WeekPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 22 June 2021
As the pandemic rumbles on, it looks like remote and hybrid working are here to stay. But we've also seen other changes come into play, such as the Code on the right to disconnect and this week sees the launch of a new campaign for a four-day working week in Ireland.
Here are some of the highlights from the last few months on the latest developments in the world of work:
Four-day Working Week Programme Being Launched
A new pilot programme for employers to test the effectiveness of a four-day working week for staff with no loss of pay has been launched today.
The six-month experiment is being organised by the Four Day Week Ireland campaign, which claims it can deliver positive results for
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This article is correct at 22/06/2021
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