In 2022, Herrmann conducted a pilot program for a 4-day, 32-hour workweek with our remote, global team. In our recent webinar, we shared our findings and compared them to current trends in the 4-day workweek movement. A conversation was scheduled with Amanda Sperling, Herrmann's VP of People & Culture, and Alex Soojung-Kim Pang, a leading researcher on rest, to discuss the experiment's key takeaways and the future of the 4-day workweek worldwide.
- The session shared how Herrmann had launched a 4-day, 32-hour workweek and what we had learned from the experiment.
- The participants explored the most current thinking on the 4-day workweek and discussed where the movement was heading.
- Experts were invited to talk about work and wellness concerns related to reduced hours and company culture, aiming to determine if the 4-day workweek was a good fit for their organization.
Submit the form below to watch the webinar on-demand and download our free guide to implementing the 4-Day Workweek.