Get your resume ready!
If you're sick of working five days a week it might be time to dust off your resume.
Juno College of Technology announced in a tweet that in 2022 their company will be moving into a four-day workweek. On top of this, they will be offering a bunch of other perks including a summer shutdown.
ICYMI... we unveiled our vision for 2022, and beyond:
🌱 4-day workweek
🌱 12-week OSAP-eligible Bootcamps
🌱 Summer shutdown
🌱 100% employee-owned
We're so excited to keep growing alongside our community! https://t.co/jxshNZHFkr
— Juno College of Technology (@junocollege) October 19, 2021
The tech company, formerly known as HackerYou, is hiring for six roles in Toronto from data science instructors to part-time mentors so if you have a knack for tech there might be a position for you.
On top of this, the company also has a general application open. So if you don't see a job for you but still think you would be a great fit, you can still shoot your shot.
The Leadership Agency, a recruitment company in Toronto, is also on the bandwagon of cutting their workweek to four days and is hiring 21 positions in Toronto and Ottawa.
Currently, they have a variety of positions in sectors from human resources, sales, public relations, accounting, administrative and more. Some positions require more experience than others, so make sure you qualify before applying!
These two companies aren't the only ones who are offering a shorter week. Situra switched to a four-day workweek back in April and say their employees have been more "relaxed" and "happy." However, no job listings are currently appearing on their website or LinkedIn.