THE CONSCIOUS BLOG

Our Four-Day Workweek Experiment and Future of Work Event

The Conscious Team

The Conscious Team

  • Four-Day Workweek

The topic of a four-day workweek inevitably raises the same questions every time it comes around. How does a four-day week work? Does it really work? By working less days do you work more hours? Conscious Culture decided to get to the bottom of these questions by speaking to a Conscious Company who had implemented a four-day workweek. Bolt conducted a four-day workweek experiment in 2021, and announced early in 2022 that they were making the experiment permanent for their teams, which they would review on a yearly basis.

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We're proud to be four-day workweek pioneers: A Q&A with Nexton

Alice Corner

Alice Corner (She/her)

  • Conscious Culture
  • Four-Day Workweek

Nexton is a recruiting company that aims to champion the best Latin American technical talent and connect them to purposeful start ups around the world. As well as being a Conscious Company, Nexton recently announced they were moving to a four-day workweek. I had the pleasure to talk with Diego Sternberg, founder of Nexton. Alice: Can you share a bit about Nexton with me? Diego: Nexton is a recruiting company that connects the best technical talent in Latin America with purposeful startups around the world.

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The Benefits of a Four-Day Workweek Infographic

The Conscious Team

The Conscious Team

  • Conscious Culture
  • Four-Day Workweek

The four-day workweek has many benefits for both the employee and the employer. From better work/life balances, to higher productivity levels. Plus there are even wider environmental and societal benefits. View the full infographic of the benefits of a four-day workweek below:

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The Benefits of a Four-Day Workweek

The Conscious Team

The Conscious Team

  • Win-win partnerships
  • Conscious Culture
  • Four-Day Workweek

We’d all like to work less, right? But what if working less actually meant achieving more? The idea of a 4-day workweek isn’t new, with a movement advocating for a reduced workweek dating back to the 1970s, but it is a hot topic of debate again in 2021 as companies contemplate the future of work. With the global pandemic forever changing our ideas of the office, why can’t we take this opportunity to also reconsider our ideas of a standard working schedule?

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