Salans floats four-day week with 7% of City staff set to go
Salans has become the latest firm to propose a four-day week for its London staff, while the firm has also kicked off a redundancy consultation that could see its City headcount reduced by 7%. The firm today (23 March) began a two-week consultation today which is expected to result in 13 redundancies from both its fee earner and support staff ranks.Associates and staff are also being consulted on plans to implement a four-day week, which would see salaries and benefits cut accordingly. Alternatively, the firm has offered staff the opportunity to take a sabbatical of up to six months at 30% of their current salary.
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