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Me-time Fridays? Here’s what HR professionals and employees have to say about four-day work week

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Updated on: 24 September,2022 09:02 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Sarasvati T | sarasvati.nagesh@mid-day.com

With the ongoing trials in UK, the four-day work week pattern is back in discussion. Mid-Day Online reached out to companies and talent management professionals who have initiated the process

Me-time Fridays? Here’s what HR professionals and employees have to say about four-day work week

The debate on four-day work week policy in India gained momentum with the Centre proposing new labour codes in 2021. Image for representation: iStock


“As a primary caregiver to my parents, I take care of them when I get an extra day off. I have also learnt to ride a bullet and started taking trips; something that I always wanted to do,” says Janani Narasimhan, customer success director at Beroe Inc, one of the earliest Indian companies to successfully implement the four-day work week policy, even before the provision gained attention in the country.


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