Work four days, get paid for five: New Zealand company's new shorter week
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Perpetual Guardian says it is experimenting with a rota that rewards employees the same for less work

A New Zealand company is on the cusp of granting its employees the ultimate in work-life balance: four days work for five days pay.

Perpetual Guardian, a trustee company, has become the first major business in the country to embark on a creating a workplace “fit for purpose for the 21st century”. Continue reading...


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