Employees ready to work longer days for more weekend

Four-day week

John Brazier
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Employees ready to work longer days for more weekend

Aviva research shows around half of workings aged 45-54 would work 9-12 hours days across a four-day week

The survey, conducted by Censuswide in May covering 2,013 UK employees, found that 61% of respondents would prefer to working longer hours each day in exchange for an extended weekend. The finding was most popular among those in the 25-34 age bracket (65%), but three-in-five (60%) of those aged 45-54 agreed with the sentiment. The survey also found that almost half (46%) of 45-54s are willing to work between 9-12 hours a day to secure an extended and more relaxed weekend. As working ...

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