Government encouraged to allow public sector employees to trial four-day week
Oireachtas Committee heard shorter working weeks can lead to greater productivity and projected emissions reductions of 16%
The Irish government should allow public sector employees to participate in a trial of a four day work week without a reduction in pay, an Oireachtas committee heard today.
Four Day Week Ireland, a campaign coalition seeking to reduce the Irish work week without a reduction in pay, presented at a meeting of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Enterprise,Trade and Employment this morning.
In its opening statement, the campaign said that companies that have...
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