Four day week clampdown a 'slippery slope'

By Martin Ford | 23 January 2024

A senior local government figure has struck back at Government efforts to curb the adoption of a four-day working week by councils.

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC)’s intention to use ‘financial levers’ to ‘disincentivise’ councils has been described as a ‘slippery slope’ by ALACE honorary secretary and Wyre Forest DC chief executive Ian Miller.

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