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July 11, 2022

The 4 Day Work Week

80% of your time for 100% of the pay.

DBS have officially switched to a 4-day working week, putting an end to the traditional 5-day week popularised by Henry Ford in the 1920s. Moving away from the old school tradition may seem risky, however, many studies on the subject, which were conducted in Iceland, suggest that employees who work 4days per week have a much-improved work-life balance, are more productive and work satisfaction is greatly increased overall.

One of the main reasons for switching to a 4-day working week is to reward our staff, as they put in hard work, day in day out and never let us down, this is a way of creating a unique benefit that isn’t available at many other companies. If working a 4-day week is going to not only benefit our staff, but our company as well, then why wouldn’t we go full steam ahead? We want to trust the facts and not let the norm which is engrained into our modern society hold us back from making a change.

We understand that this all may sound too good to be true, but it isn’t, it’s the way the world is changing for the better and we want to be a part of that change.  

Don’t watch along from the side-lines, get involved by taking a look at our range of open positions by clicking here, or learn more about DBS by having a look around our website.

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