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Flexible working and the four-day working week

Paper 3213924 1920

Recent research from Henley Business School found the four-day working week could save UK businesses an estimated £104 billion annually.

In her recent piece, Dr Miriam Marra discusses the benefits and difficulties of businesses saying farewell to the five-day working week.

Read the full piece here.

Dr Miriam Marra

Associate Professor of Finance, ICMA Centre
Published 12 July 2019
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