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New Zealand will introduce a four-day work week

New Zealand will cut the working week to restore the economy.


New Zealand will introduce a four-day work week


The introduction of a four-day work week will help restore the economy after the coronavirus crisis. People will travel more, thereby supporting the tourism industry, which is an important part of the budget, said New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during a visit to Rotorua's tourist center.

“Many people suggest introducing a four-day work week,” Ardern noted. “We need to negotiate with employers on this issue. Currently, employees are showing good results from the remote office.”

According to Ardern, experts learned a lot about the fight against coronavirus and measures to prevent it. “I would advise companies that can afford it to provide a four-day work week. This will help tourism across the country,” the prime minister advised.

According to official figures, in New Zealand, tourism brings about $ 16.2 billion, or 5.8 percent of GDP, to the treasury. The tourism industry employs 230 thousand people, which is about 8.4 percent of the total number of employees.
Meanwhile, Microsoft tested the idea of a four-day workweek ahead of the coronavirus pandemic with promising results. According to the software maker, labor productivity has grown by 40 percent. A June 2019 Human Resources Management Society report said that 15 percent of more than 2,700 U.S. companies and organizations offer employees a four-day work week, compared to 12 percent in 2017. At the same time, there is no decrease in income.

Source: Russian newspaper


21.05.2020 13:07:54
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