Grant Thornton introduces summer four-day working weeks in the Cayman Islands
Grant Thornton Cayman Islands launches a new summer four-day working week policy for all employees.
During the months of July and August, professionals have the option to take the Friday of their working week off as part of the firm’s mission to ensure wellness and work-life balance are maintained among its people. Grant Thornton believes this initiative will better-support happy professionals who continue to meet the ever-evolving needs of their clients.
“I am very excited to see the new summer four-day working week policy come to life,” says Adrianna Christian, Senior HR Manager of Grant Thornton Cayman Islands. “It will allow for additional time to pursue a passion, spend more time with loved ones, travel, or simply relax. Our people have worked extremely hard over the past few months and truly deserve the time to take a step back and improve their work-life balance, which will naturally lead to an improvement in wellbeing.”
As they continue to strive to be the firm people want to work with, Grant Thornton is excited to see how their employees respond to this new policy.
“We are delighted to give colleagues more time for what matters most this summer,” says Dara Keogh, Managing Partner of Grant Thornton Cayman Islands. “Both the physical and mental health of our people is of integral importance to the firm. Our people make us different and it’s the individuality and diversity of our team that strengthens us.”