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Four-Day Work Week Pilot Launches in U.K. With At Least 30 Companies Taking Part

  • Six-month trial will see firms reduce working to 32 hours
  • Employee benefits, pay to remain unchanged for shorter week
Pedestrians walk towards Tower Bridge in London.
Pedestrians walk towards Tower Bridge in London.Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

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The dream of spending less time at work without a pay cut is about to become a reality for more employees.