Four-day work week in U.K.; Chicago reduces police in public schools
Here & Now Anytime
Tuesday, 19 July
A new pilot program in the United Kingdom is asking 3,300 workers across a number of industries to work four-day work weeks instead of five. The workers will be paid the same amount and are expected to be as productive as they would be working five days a week. Boston College professor and lead researcher of the four-day work week pilot Juliet Schorfor joins us.