PFA CEO open to four-day week

After experiencing the corona crisis, the CEO of PFA would like to see more employees have the option of a four-day working week. According to PFA's own investigations, productivity has not been impacted by the fact that 90 percent of its employees have worked from home for the past seven weeks.

Allan Polack, CEO of PFA. | Photo: Niels Hougaard/Jyllands-Posten/Ritzau Scanpix

The corona crisis sent the majority of PFA's several thousand employees home to work remotely, and this has been a new experience and a change in perspective for CEO Allan Polack, he says in an interview with business media Finans.

According to the pension company's own investigations, productivity has not been harmed by the fact that 90 percent of the firm's employees have been working from home since March 11, and as a result, Allan Polack would like to see more employees offered a four-day working week.

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