Jan 28, 2020
Wouldn’t it be great if your company had a 3-day weekend every week instead of the usual 2? Who doesn’t love long weekends?
Imagine if your company did implement a 4-day workweek, weekends will be longer, and breaks would be shorter, which won’t intervene with the normal business operations. Sounds great, right?
The traditional workweek for Americans is five days a week and eight hours per day. When your organization opts for the 4-day workweek, that would be 10 hours per day and equates to 40 hours a week, which is the same as the standard hours an employee is required to render every week.
In this episode, we’re going to talk about all the pros and cons of having a 4-day workweek system with Chamber Media founder and Media Hacker, Travis Chambers!
He was featured under Forbes 30 under 30, and he will share his story on how he left the corporate world to start Chamber Media.
Travis will also share how he came up with their unique culture and benefits, how he is handling deadlines in a 4-day working schedule, and how what he’s doing right now allowed him to travel more compared to when he was still hustling in his corporate days.
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