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Introducing the "Work Light" Philosophy

2022 November 3 00:05 GMT-06:00

What is "Work Light"?

The "Work Light" initiative aims to harmonize professional responsibilities with personal priorities, particularly during holiday seasons. The objective is twofold: ensuring that productivity remains consistent while facilitating quality time spent with loved ones.

The Importance of Adopting "Work Light"

The philosophy behind "Work Light" acknowledges the delicate balance between personal life and professional demands, particularly when family members may not desire our undivided attention all the time. This is especially true for parents with teenagers. Offering "Work Light" as part of our corporate culture demonstrates our deep understanding of the complexities involved in achieving a fulfilling work-life balance.

How the "Work Light" Model Operates

In practice, "Work Light" entails a reduction in standard working hours, typically by half. The implementation is flexible, allowing employees to work longer or shorter days as needed. However, the net result is a halved work schedule over the designated period, optimizing resource allocation while maintaining workforce well-being.

The Client-Side Impact of "Work Light"

You might wonder, how does this approach affect our valued clients? Remarkably well, actually. "Work Light" ensures uninterrupted service availability; clients continue to have access to our team members they would otherwise miss if they were entirely off the grid. This way, we maintain operational excellence without compromising on the quality of life for our team.

By integrating "Work Light," we exemplify our tagline "From Chaos to Calm," ensuring that both professional and personal spheres operate in harmony. It's a win-win situation for everyone involved: our team, their families, and our clients.

Topics: Culture
Lucas Munisteri

Written by Lucas Munisteri

Engineer turned marketing guru. After many years in the engineering space, it was time to get off of the crazy roller coaster and start my own company so I could be there for my family.