The 4 Day Week Challenge


Going remote after Covid-19? That was just for starters. If we’re serious about reshaping the way we work and increase the work-life balance, we need to go further. That’s why we would like to invite you to do another experiment, this time chosen instead of imposed: the 4-day work week challenge.

From November 2d to November 27th 2020, let’s put our companies on a 4-day work week schedule, and give everyone an extra day off, every week, without cutting wages.

The future of work. With a 30-day trial.

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Dare Your Friends

Spread the word and challenge other companies to join the trial. Let’s make it a global experiment!

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> Pay your employees the same as if they worked five days and don’t touch their benefits.

> Don’t add more hours to the 4 worked days. Simply make it a 32-hour workweek.

> Let your employees choose which day they’ll be off.

> Do it for at least 4 weeks in a row (we recommend 8 weeks to gain deeper insights).

> Set up a weekly feedback moment to talk about the experience.

> Encourage moments to disconnect to make room for greater productivity.

> Just relax! This is only a 4-week trial. You’ll be fine.

Better work-life balance
Less work stress
Increased productivity
Energy and cost-savings

who are we ?

We are a collective of business owners, startuppers and managers dedicated to change the way we work – for the better. Over the past few months, we saw the world being dragged into a massive remote-work experiment – one that most managers and business owners would have never dared to embrace by themselves. Yet the results are clear : remote work hasn’t harmed business, and more than 80% of employees now want to keep working remotely. The way we work is being massively disrupted. So we thought it was the right time to go for another big change, and challenge the 5-day work week that hasn’t moved a bit since it was invented by Henry Ford in 1926. Join us and let’s make history!’re

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