Implementing a four-day workweek may feel like a “let’s go scale Mt. Everest” type task. Where do you start? How do you feel confident you have covered all the ways this change impacts your team?
Here is a guide for starting these conversations with your team based on the lived experience of one company, Bolt, that has done it. They learned that when implementing a four-day workweek, it’s important to think thoroughly about the implications and impact of this change.
You’ll want all senior leadership involved in the initial discussions and ensure you’ve uncovered concerns and worked through why you might do this and what it will take to implement a four-day workweek. This inclusive discussion process will also give everyone the context, capture the different teams’ unique operating needs, and build consensus.
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