How Your Biggest Workplace Issues Can Be Solved With A 4-Day Work Week
The 40-hour workweek is done. It is antiquated, counterproductive and doesn’t fit in the future of work. This arbitrary work week was instituted almost a century ago and hasn’t been altered ever since. What if the most significant workplace issues you face in recruiting, retention, burnout, profitability, productivity, and achieving a healthy work culture all could be solved by removing one day of work?
Major companies have implemented the 4-day work week to resounding success. Some countries are considering making it a requirement. The organizations willing to be the first will have the easiest time recruiting and retaining staff because it shows that they prioritize people over profit. Ironically, many companies implementing this have proven more profitable than their counterparts in the long run.
This workshop will explore the origins of the 40-hour work week and why it is becoming obsolete. We will dive into the benefits of a 4-day, 32-hour schedule and how to make the case to your leadership team. Finally, we will determine specific action steps you can do right now to test this theory yourself in your workplace.
We all know that we should be working smarter, not harder. How far are you willing to go to be at the forefront of the future of work?
Understanding the origins of the 40-hour work week and why it has become obsolete.
Learn the benefits of a 4-day work week regarding recruiting, retention, burnout, performance, productivity, and work culture.
Explore how to implement a 4-day workweek experiment to see if this model would work for your organization.
Practice making a case to your leadership on how this could benefit your organization for decades to come.