A Conscious Culture bridges the gap between high quality execution and humanity with the belief that work improves when we prioritize people in company culture, championing initiatives that lead to tangible benefits for employees and business alike.
A Four-Day workweek hits on the key questions we ask ourselves when thinking “what does a Conscious Culture look like in practice”. If we worked less, could we actually be more effective and productive overall? Could we be better humans inside and outside of work?Explore Conscious Culture
Bolt's culture playbook was open sourced as Conscious Culture and is continually evolving. In August Bolt launched a 4-day work week. With this extra day, I catch up on errands. If I have fun work I want to catch up on, I can and I still have two more days of weekend.”
Being a part of a Conscious Company has changed everything. Our voices are heard, our feedback is acted upon, and our impact is magnified. With Bolt's four-day workweek I've been able to focus on achieving my personal goal of skiing 1M vertical feet in a season. Every Monday, I come back rested, ready to dig-in, and with a fresh perspective.”
Bolt's four-day workweek has affected my day-to-day significantly. Mon-Thurs are entirely different; they are tighter booked for sure, but knowing that there is a mental break coming sooner makes a tremendous difference in the overall feel of each day. It’s great to work for a company that tries new things to improve employee experience.”
Bolt has always been conscious of putting employees first, and the extension of our 4 day work weeks is just one of the recent examples of that in action. Having Friday off means I’m able to prioritize my mental health and fully disconnect on the weekends, so that I come back Monday excited to work. It’s been game changing.”
Get the open source culture manifesto that started the Conscious Culture movement.Launch the Playbook