“4 + 1” Work Model for Training and Work
A new publication by the Macro Center for Political Economics and FES Israel on the subject of a “4 + 1” work model that combines training and work. The model talks about implementing four working days and one day of training per week.
Also included is an overview of industries and results that show that the industry that most needs a work model and training is the food and hospitality industry. Combined with attempts to gain popularity around the world, and the understanding that there is a need for continuous development of skills throughout the career, the “4 + 1” model may constitute the future of the world of employment.
Joint publication of the Macro Center for Political Economics and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.
Israel, November 2021