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Four days work, five days pay: Wollongong law firm's bold plan to beat burnout

Connor Pearce
Updated June 20 2022 - 6:12pm, first published June 17 2022 - 11:19am
Work-life: Senior Associate at Coutts Lawyers Melissa Care said the move to a four-day work week addresses imbalances that have inhibited women in the law. Picture: Supplied
Work-life: Senior Associate at Coutts Lawyers Melissa Care said the move to a four-day work week addresses imbalances that have inhibited women in the law. Picture: Supplied

An Illawarra law firm is making a radical change to attract and promote women as hybrid working and a lack of flexibility leads to nearly half of working women planning to quit their job in the next two years.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Journalist at Illawarra Mercury

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