Municipalities in rural Ontario are switching to a 4-day work week. What is required to win over others?
According to experts, the changeover can be advantageous for local government and the commercial sector.
Algonquin Highlands will soon become the newest rural Ontario small-town municipality to switch to a four-day work week.
Beginning in March, the cottage region will follow in the footsteps of the townships of Zorra, Aylmer, Springwater, and French River, which all recently implemented similar measures to improve work-life balance and recruit and retain employees.
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