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Health insurers experiment with nine-day fortnights

26 March 2024

10:21 AM

26 March 2024

10:21 AM

It is reported that health insurer BUPA is ‘trialling’ a nine-day fortnight for its staff, meaning it is looking to provide its employees with 25 long-weekends each year at full pay.

This is the second health insurer to trial shorter hours, with Medibank also getting in on it, although it is even more extreme than BUPA, aiming to provide a four-day week, every week.

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