How to Stay Productive with a 4-Day Workweek

How to Stay Productive with a 4-Day Workweek

We created a guide with ways your organization and employees can best navigate a four day workweek. At Emtrain, we believe that implementing a four day workweek has so many benefits both on an individual level as well as on an overall team level. We have seen increased productivity due to employees feeling motivated and pushed to complete their work within the four day window. In addition, employees get an extra day to rest or focus on other aspects of their lives, which leaves them more prepared and rested for the workweek.

Although we believe a four day work week is beneficial, it takes adjustment and time to get used to. In this guide, you will find helpful tips to manage your time, communication, and yourself so you can get the most out of this modern way of working. Share this guide with your workforce to help with their time and be the most successful during a four 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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