Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Things must be bad for the lawyers to consider working a 4 day week
Alan Jarvis, head of employment, pensions and benefits at Denton Wilde Sapte commented: "This is the first time in recent memory that a firm has introduced a four-day working week. There can be continuity issues for certain areas of work, both because of the nature of the work and the fact that clients are still working a five-day week. There are advantages but also difficulties." No bailouts here gov!