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
The Four-Day Workweek, or a reduced workweek in another form, is a key Conscious Culture initiative. As part of the foundational principles of Wellness, Diversity, Trust, and Good Business; Conscious Culture believes in reassessing our current work-life balances, and removing presenteeism, everybody will benefit.
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
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
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
Dr Alex Soojung-Kim Pang talks with Heatherly Bucher about four-day workweeks, how we can all work less, and what obstacles we still need to overcome before society adopts a universal four-day workweek. The full transcript can be found below: Listen to the podcast The podcast is available on Anchor, Spotify,