Introducing shorter working hours in your organisation

Organisations around the globe are adopting shorter working weeks in order to create healthier, happier workplace environments.

Our aim is help forward-thinking firms transition to this progressive future of working time.

Reducing hours at work can:

  • Improve employees’ health and wellbeing
  • Bolster a friendly office environment
  • Raise productivity
  • Attract and retain staff

Hina Pandya

Kyle Lewis

Will Stronge

What we offer

  • We can design a shorter working week trial suited to your organisation.
  • We work with your staff in order to find the best fit with your working practices.
  • We use industry standard tools to track and evaluate results.
  • Our extensive research in this area equips us with the knowledge to help you.

 

Contact us to find out how your organisation can make use of our services:

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"Bringing rigour, professionalism and a sense of calm to the process"

"They were highly attentive to our needs in their advice and evaluation"

What our clients say:

“Before we took the plunge and dived into the uncharted waters of a four-day week, we knew we’d need a grown up to hold our hand throughout the trial. Autonomy were the perfect calming influence, bringing rigour, professionalism and a sense of calm to the process. Thanks to Will and Kyle we did everything by the book and came out the other side confident that a 4-day week was the way forward for us as a company. Cheers guys!”

– Big Potato Games, London

“As the first UK charity to introduce the shorter working week for all staff, STOPAIDS greatly appreciated Autonomy’s guidance as we navigated this process. In particular their support in the development of the policies and practices needed to ensure our 6 month pilot was as successful as possible was very helpful. They were highly attentive to our needs in their advice and evaluation, as well as being efficient and a pleasure to work with. We consider the shorter working week to be a success on many fronts so far and we have extended the initial 6 month pilot by another 6 months, so that we can be fully assured of the results, which currently demonstrate improved productivity and staff wellbeing.” 

– Mike Podmore, STOPAIDS Director

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