A four-day work week will be tested out by 81 New Zealand-based employees of multinational consumer goods company Unilever. Starting this week and until December 2021, these employees will be able to work four days a week while being paid for five work days. Unilever made clear that the idea was not for the team to work four extended days "but to bring material change in the way they work." After the 12-month experiment, Unilever plans on looking at how the four-day work week could be applied to its 155,000 employees worldwide.

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