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This week’s recording is from our 2022 Workplace Trends: Evolving Ways of Working Conference and features founder of 4 Day Week Global, Charlotte Lockhart, giving us an update on the six month pilot trials of the four-day working week which were taking place in the UK, New Zealand, Ireland, Australia, Canada, and the US.
To find out more about the results of the UK’s own pilot trials check our upcoming Workplace Trends Research Summit on 19 April 2023, where Kyle Lewis from Autonomy, the pilot’s research coordinator, will present the results and key learnings, with a focus on its implications for the workplace.
An Update on the 4 Day Week Pilot Trials
– Charlotte Lockhart, 4 Day Week Global
Charlotte Lockhart, 4 Day Week Global
Charlotte Lockhart is a business advocate, investor and philanthropist with more than 25 years’ experience in multiple industries locally and overseas.
As founder and managing director for the 4 Day Week Global campaign she works promoting internationally the benefits of a productivity-focused and reduced-hour workplace. Through this, she is on the board of the Wellbeing Research Centre at Oxford University and the advisory boards of the US campaign and the Ireland campaign for the 4 day week.