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(MSN)   Good news: Unilever offering its New Zealand staff a four-day work week at full pay for a one-year trial run. Reality: That's 81 people out of 150,000 - don't hold your breath   (msn.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, New Zealand, year-long trial, success of the Unilever trial, Unilever, Denmark, Prime minister, Consumer goods, Momentum  
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2020-12-01 10:26:08 AM  
Brave new world out there, wonder when lenina wants to take soma...just kidding, bravo Unilever.
 
2020-12-01 12:56:06 PM  
I work 4 -10s and it is seriously the best thing ever. If anyone gets the opportunity to work this schedule, TAKE IT!
 
2020-12-01 1:19:29 PM  
I have a four day work week and I have for 20 years. I would pretty much never give it up.
 
2020-12-01 1:51:15 PM  
I do that now. Four days, ten hours a day. Much better than five eight-hour days, and I get more done too.
 
2020-12-01 3:16:43 PM  
How do I move to new Zealand?
 
2020-12-01 3:19:45 PM  

southernmanblog: I do that now. Four days, ten hours a day. Much better than five eight-hour days, and I get more done too.


I think they are talking about four eight hour days but paying as if give are worked.
 
2020-12-02 9:00:31 AM  
Why does NZ get all the good socialism?
 
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