Dublin City Council Passes Mot...


Dublin City Council Passes Motion For Pilot 4 Day Week For Staff

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Dublin city councillors backed a proposal for a four-day working week to be introduced.

It would affect over 6,000 staff who work for the local authority, if eventually brought in.

The motion was put forward by Labour councillor Kevin Donoghue, and passed at last night's council meeting.

He believes the change will impact the lives of DCC workers and the broader locality.

"For example, the families of these workers, I think it might go some way to addressing significant gender imbalances that exist".

The Labour representative says it's a "very big step" for the council and for DCC executives.

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