Novusbet and Spinmatic embrace the 4-day working week

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● The companies follow GoldenRace, from the same holding, with this HR trend.
● Beyn Technology and Xpress Tech will also be implementing the new schedule.

Novusbet and Spinmatic, two of the companies belonging to the same holding as GoldenRace, have followed the Virtual Sports leader in one of its latest Human Resources innovations: the 4-day working week.

From now on, workers in Turkey belonging to Spinmatic, Novusbet and Xpress Tech will introduce this trend, starting to have one more day off each week.

Beyn Technology, the company in charge of hiring the personnel for the rest of the Turkey-based enterprises in the holding, will also be experiencing the new and shortened weeks.

“We really care about our employees’ work-life balance. That is why we are incorporating this 4-day working week, maintaining their salary and other benefits, but giving them an extra day to rest, study or spend time with their family,” mentioned Cemal Budak, Beyn Technology General Manager.

Spinmatic has already done a pilot test with one of its teams, maintaining a huge level of commitment and performance.

GoldenRace was the first company in the holding to introduce this employment measure last October, in their offices in Spain and Colombia, increasing employees’ productivity while engaging them and improving their work-life balance.

Several companies and public administrations all over the world have been trialling a four-day work week, and some international research confirms the benefits of an encouraged and trusted workforce, such as better productivity, wellness (less stress and burnout) and working environment.

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