Stephen Morrall discusses the impact of the four-day work week in TheWealthNet

  • February 20, 2023
  • By Stephen Morrall, Consultant

Stephen’s comments were featured in an article published in TheWealthNet, 14 February 2023, and can be found here

Despite the attraction of a four-day week, the impact it may have on client service is the main concern for the wealth management and private client industries.

Stephen Morrall, a partner at Hunters Law, argued more research needs to be done before the four-day work week takes off.

He believes services like accountants and solicitors would need to be satisfied they can satisfy their clients’ demands and manage deals and litigation.

“This will carry on regardless of the number of days a business is open.”

Mr Morrall is not alone in the view that client services could be negatively affected.

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