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by Orianna Rosa Royle
Four day week

Tech firm Wandisco has become one of the first UK-listed companies to adopt a four-day week for its staff.

From Monday 14th February, Wandisco employees will be able to work 40 hours over four days without a deduction to their salary, with Friday encouraged as the default non-working day.

The shift away from traditional working patterns comes as Britain is in the midst of trialling the four-day working week.

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