Jaguar Land Rover staff agree to four-day week

Brockett, James
March 2009
People Management;3/12/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p9
The article reports on the implementation of the four-day week scheme in the Jaguar Land Rover. Under this plan, there will be a shortened week at its production plants, a year-long pay freeze, and the cancellation of a planned bonus. On the other hand, the company will not make any compulsory redundancies among the non-management workforce for the next two years. Des Thurlby, the company's human resource (HR) director, noted that this deal with the staff shows their strong relationship with the HR department.


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