The traditional five day, 40-hour work week has been the standard for many decades, but a growing number of organisations are experimenting with shorter work weeks in an effort to increase productivity, improve work-life balance, and reduce employee burnout.
During this panel, experts will share their insights and experiences on the benefits and challenges of a four day work week, and how organisations can effectively implement this alternative schedule. They will discuss the latest research on the impacts of reduced work hours on employee wellbeing, job satisfaction, and productivity, and the potential benefits for both employers and employees.
The panelists will also share examples of successful four day work week programs, and discuss best practices for managing workload and communication during shortened work weeks. They will address common concerns around maintaining productivity and meeting business goals with reduced work hours, and explore strategies for managing these challenges.
This panel is ideal for anyone interested in learning more about the potential benefits and challenges of a four day work week, and how organisations can effectively implement this alternative schedule. Whether you are a business owner, HR professional, or employee, you will gain valuable insights and practical tips for improving work-life balance and boosting productivity through alternative work schedules.