The movement for a 4-day work week has gained traction in recent years with reported benefits for both employees and employers. But can it work for legal aid? Jenny Farrell, Executive Director of Mental Health Advocacy Services, will discuss her organization’s move to a four-day work week and what it has meant for both employees and clients.

Jenny Farrell


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The 4 Day Work Week Improves Wellbeing and Increases Equity. Can It Work in Legal Aid?

May 24, 2023

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