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Ahead of the next General Election in 2024, we have published a Mini Manifesto which we are calling on all political parties to endorse. 

The policies included would enable the transition to a four-day week with no loss of pay across the economy and it can be downloaded >>> here.

In summary, the Mini Manifesto calls for:

  • A reduction to the maximum working week from 48 hours per week to 32 hours per week by 2030

  • An amendment to official flexible working guidance to include the right for workers to request a four-day, 32-hour working week with no loss of pay

  • A £100 million fund to support companies in the private sector to move to a four-day, 32-hour working week

  • A fully funded four-day week pilot in the public sector

  • A Working Time Council bringing together trade unions, industry leaders and business leaders to coordinate on policy and implementation of a shorter working week

The Mini Manifesto has been backed by think tanks New Economics Foundation (NEF), Autonomy and Common Wealth.

We will be busy campaigning on all of these policies from now until the next General Election. To get involved please sign-up to our newsletter here.

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