The future of four-day working week in Middle East

“The four-day working week concept is just part of the discussions on how do we increase productivity, how do we attract talent, and how do we provide a better employee experience,” Sherif Seddik, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa of Citrix, told Zawya.
Interestingly, the US-headquartered software firm does not have fixed office hours, but its employees have tasks to complete. When, where and how they achieve their targets, is their responsibility, Seddik noted.
The company does have physical offices for employees, but Seddik explained that the remote work option is popular among employees. Though based in Zurich, he works from home most of the time but does drive for 40 minutes to reach his physical workspace when it is needed.

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