Riverina Lift Trucks are making the change to a four day work week, with longer hours but three day weekends

Cai Holroyd
Updated May 8 2021 - 4:14pm, first published May 3 2021 - 4:00pm
NO MORE 9-5: Matt Cappello has introduced four-day weeks for his staff, and has seen notable increases in productivity and happiness. PHOTO: Cai Holroyd
NO MORE 9-5: Matt Cappello has introduced four-day weeks for his staff, and has seen notable increases in productivity and happiness. PHOTO: Cai Holroyd

Riverina Lift Trucks are early adopters of the four-day work week, pushing to increase productivity and employee happiness by condensing 38 hours of work into four days, and enjoying three day weekends.

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Cai Holroyd

Cai Holroyd

Journalist

Journalist for the Area News in Griffith. RMIT graduate. Full-time writer and part-time nuisance. Been described as 'present.'

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