The 4 Day Week Handbook by Joe Ryle - Paperback (ISBN: 9781914487194)

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      PRE-SALE. Publication day March 14th.

      "A four-day working week is long overdue and this book provides a crucial roadmap. One day, we will look back in horror at the fact we worked until we dropped." - Owen Jones, Journalist

      What if there was a simple idea that could transform the lives of workers, employers, the economy, our society, and our environment?

      More and more employers are switching to a four-day week, leaving workers happier and economies healthier.

      In the UK we work some of the longest hours in Europe, staggering home on a Friday evening stressed out and tired out.  

      Written by the director of the UK's 4 Day Week campaign, this handbook shows how all that can change for the better.

      Using real-life case studies, it shows the positive impact of everyone working one day less a week for the same pay:

      • Learn the practical steps necessary to change employment contracts and working conditions. 
      • Discover how to have happier staff who are more loyal and have fewer sick days.
      • Start finding out how a four-day week can transform your organisation. 
       
      “Simple, effective, efficient - the best guide to increasing your, and most other adults’, leisure time by 50% - with no serious downside" - Professor Danny Dorling, University of Oxford
       
      "The four-day week is an idea whose time has come. This is an invaluable guide to its benefits but more importantly how to introduce it successfully. It’s a handbook to the future of work.” - John McDonnell MP, former Shadow Chancellor
       
      "Joe brings together the combined experiences of so many businesses in this book. Reading this will help save people a lot of time and money when moving to a four-day week. A must-read for anyone considering joining the four-day week revolution!" - Claire Daniels, CEO of Trio Media
       
      "A four-day working week is long overdue and this book provides a crucial roadmap. One day, we will look back in horror at the fact we worked until we dropped." - Owen Jones, Journalist

      Format: Paperback
      Pages: 130
      Publication: March 2024

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