CREW seminar Nov 27th November on Four day working week
A reminder about our exciting CREW seminar on The four day working week on 27th Nov at Hamilton House. All welcome!
A future Labour government is committed to implement a four day working week with no loss of pay. This is also the Trades Union Congress (TUC) policy. As Stephen Hawking predicted we need to think carefully about how the potential benefits of automation and artificial intelligence are shared in society. Reductions in working time has been seen to have a positive impact on the environment and integral to challenging climate change, as well as the possibility of shared child and eldercare and benefits for mental and physical health.
Yet, how do we move towards a 4 day week? This seminar hears from Professor Andre Spicer on the wider benefits and the introduction of ‘an infrastructure of conviviality’. It reflects on the experience of trade union campaigns to cut the working week, but also hears from employers who have already introduced a 4 day week, their experiences and the outcomes for their business.
Come along and find out more, as it may be that exciting times lie ahead of us!
The Four-day working week – possibilities and implications
Wednesday 27th November 2019
TIME: 15.00 – 17.30
VENUE: Room HH103, Hamilton House, Park Vista, Greenwich SE10 9LZ