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The UK is conducting the world’s biggest four-day working week trial, with more than 70 companies taking part. It is based on a 100-80-100 model, which translates into 100% pay for 80% of the time, and the commitment of 100% productivity.

“The five-day working week is a relic of the past and more and more companies and countries are realising the value of introducing a four-day working week. The advantages are ample for organisations, employees and the environment,” says Seugnet van den Berg, a founding partner at Bizmod...

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