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Pioneering the 4-Day Work Week

As November unfolds with its emphasis on gratitude and reflection, we’re reminded of the transformative changes and challenges we’ve embraced this year. Many of you have expressed curiosity about our four-day work week pilot. It’s been a fascinating journey, and in the spirit of sharing, we’re eager to delve into some of the insights that have emerged over the past couple of months.

Personally, my journey has brought to light several productivity shifts. I’ve been particularly taken by the value of “internal meeting-free Mondays.” Techniques like the Pomodoro method have become integral, and I’ve been forced to redefine how I approach Thursdays, ensuring they set the right stage for the upcoming week. Our team’s adaptability has been equally impressive. Sarah Sweeney found innovative ways to harness Microsoft for productivity, underlining the need to minimize distractions, and the backup coverage plan the team has set in place has worked incredibly smoothly. Snapshots of how our team has spent their ‘Seas the Day’ off, be it Sarah Sweeney’s cherished quality time with her daughter, Audrey Schlicht’s self-care routines, or Jen Adamski’s foray into foraging, speak volumes about the positive imprint this change has had on our personal lives.


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The additional day allows us to explore, recharge, and engage with our family and loved ones, reaffirming the importance of work-life harmony. As Thanksgiving nears and we spend time reflecting, these changes feel even more profound. We’re still in the midst of our four-day work week trial, which will span several more months, and are eagerly looking forward to gathering more insights and seeing where this initiative takes us. Thank you for your support on this journey. Your encouragement and partnership means so much to myself and the team!

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