This morning I was on Connecticut Public Radio's "Where We Live" with Lucy Nalpathanchil, talking about the 4-day week and the future of work. Mike Melillo, founder and
London office real estate company Flexioffices, a marketplace for serviced office space, recently began trialing a 4-day week, and has been writing about it. The account has aplenty
Two restaurants in East Yorkshire, the Triton Inn in Brantingham and The Fox and Coney in South Cave, have announced that they’re moving to 4-day weeks for staff,
The Landmark London, a high-end hotel in London, is trialing a 4-day week for its chefs, according to City AM: The scheme has been devised by Executive Head
Australian MP Fiona Patten has called for a public sector trial of the 4-day week in Australia: Reason Party leader Fiona Patten… said the test would examine if
The think tank Autonomy UK has just released a new report, A Four-Day Week For Schools. Not surprisingly, teachers like the idea, especially after the last couple years.
Lewis Gordon writes in The Verge about video game companies that have moved to 4-day weeks. This is especially significant because the industry is one that traditionally has
Here are the companies that have announced moves to a 4-day week (or back from it, in a couple cases) this week. (You can read the previous post
My book SHORTER came out in 2020, and in the last two years a lot has happened in the world (no surprise!) and with the global 4-day week
There are now so many companies starting 4-day week trials or adoptions, it's necessary for me to start regularly sweeping the news, social media, and LinkedIn for announcements.