The innovative boss behind the four-day week is starting to effect policy changes internationally, leading to speculation that a political career could be on the cards.

Asked whether he was looking to follow in the footsteps of former Air New Zealand CEO Christopher Luxon and pursue a political career, Perpetual Guardian founder Andrew Barnes was coy.

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