Unilever (UL) has become the latest famous business to put the four-day workweek movement into effect; they thought that flexible working is here to stay. On November 24, 2020, the supplier of the three big brands today (Lipton’s tea, Dove soap and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream) said it would allow less working hours for all its workers in New Zealand, letting them pick which four days they would choose to work each week. The test started this month and would operate for a year. Unilever has 81 staff members in the country, who would be entitled to work reduced schedules with full pay as the University of Technology Sydney in Australia manages the record of their progress. Unilever told that if all runs well, the company will reevaluate whether to create big changes to its workflow. Nick Bangs, managing director of Unilever New Zealand, said that his team was inspired by the results from a case study, and had begun to acknowledge that the traditional ways of working are outdated.