How to Implement a 4-Day Workweek

How to Implement a 4-Day Workweek

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The modern workplace is in constant flux. People and culture leaders are constantly looking for ways to improve the employee experience while driving productivity and efficiency. Lately, more employers have been turning to the 4-day workweek model to achieve these ends.

The 4-day workweek has proven effective in improving productivity, company morale, and brand reputation. Though, there are some logistical hurdles people leaders need to overcome when implementing this model. Download this tip sheet for actionable methods to transform your employee experience and successfully make the switch to the 4-day workweek.

What defines a 4-Day Workweek?

A true four day workweek is established when employees are required to only work four days a week, working around 32 hours at some companies while at others employees work the same amount but complete work more efficiently and some times work longer days.

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