Friday feeling | How PwC's extended 'summer hours' policy could benefit HR

How PwC's extended 'summer hours' policy could benefit HR

This Daily Comment piece takes a look at the extension of PwC’s ‘summer working hours’. It includes:

  • A look at PwC’s ‘summer working hours', with insights from the firm’s Chairman & Senior Partner.

  • Survey insights from PwC staff on the positive effects this has had on their wellbeing following a pilot last year.

  • Input from legal experts about how to implement a ‘summer hours’ policy and what should go into one.

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