Last week, Scotland announced that they plan to continue trialling a four-day working week, without loss of pay. The program, which is the result of a campaign promise made by the ruling Scottish National Party (SNP), will be funded by a £10 million fund.
A survey carried out by think tank IPPR Scotland was met with overwhelming support from the public, with 80% of respondents preferring a shorter working week, believing it would have a positive impact on their wellbeing.
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