Thinking Aloud

Time to consider a four-plus-one day work week?

One day a week could be set aside for training and reskilling – a win for both workers and firms

In a tight labour market, a four-day work week could be a win-win outcome that will help employers and workers remain competitive, says the author. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - The four-day work week is everywhere.

Not in terms of the number of employers who promote it, but in how ubiquitous the subject is in the news these days.

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