The If You Could Jobs weekly: What the four-day week looks like for a creative company

We talk to Sounds Like These, a studio currently trialling the four-day week, about the difference it’s made to their company, and whether they think the concept has legs.

Date
5 August 2022

This week we’re exploring the four-day work week. As researchers are measuring its impact on thousands of British workers currently involved in a UK pilot programme, we spoke to Theo Krish, co-founder of Sounds Like These, to find out how the team is getting on.⁠

“So far we’re pretty confident that we’ll be able to keep up the four-day week in the long run. Our clients have been super supportive (and a bit jealous!) and we’re currently managing to get everything done that we need to,” says Theo.

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Liz Gorny

Liz (she/they) joined It’s Nice That as news writer in December 2021. After graduating from the University of Bristol, they worked freelance, writing for independent publications such as Little White Lies, Indie magazine and design studio Evermade.

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