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We are back with another great episode of HR Insights: The Podcast!
This week our host, Stuart Elliott, speaks to Glenn Wallis, Managing Director of Exigence.
Glenn is one of the few people globally to have achieved a Doctorate in Coaching and, as Managing Director of Exigence, works with business leaders and HR specialists to help navigate the ever changing landscape. Glenn comes to us with over 20 years of experience developing and supporting those at the forefront of their industries.
In this episode Stuart and Glenn speak all about the four day working week, the pros and cons of having less time at work, the effects of having positive work/life balance and the examples being trialled to make the four day week possible.
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Key Time Stamps:
01:26- An introduction to Glenn
05:48- The four day work week
09:35- Opposing the four day work week
13:21- The four most popular models being trialled
21:10- The shifting expectations of the workplace
23:55- Employers and the new world of work
25:00- Ensuring what you say matches what you model
27:05- Widening the gap between white and blue collar workers
28:40- Examples of those working the four day week
31:40- Input, Output and Outcome
32:50- Who wants the four day week?