June 6th, 2019
Poles are not in favour of working four days a week, though the idea is gaining popularity in Europe, especially in Spain, the Puls Biznesu daily said. A British company, after trialling a four-day working week for a month and a half, claimed it achieved the same results as before the change, and even saw some growth. Over half of European employees (59 percent) say they would prefer to work four days a week, a report entitled 'The Workforce View in Europe 2019' by the ADP employment agency said.The agency prepared the report based on the opinions of 10,000 employees from France, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Great Britain and Italy. People were asked about their current work environment and expectations for the future, the daily said.