If you’re on the job market or looking for new opportunities in the Vancouver area – we know it can feel like your options are pretty limited. However, there are companies out there transitioning to a 4-day work week that truly set themselves apart from the rest! Let’s get into it.

The coveted 4-day work week is exactly how it sounds – making every weekend a long weekend. For employees, it means greater job flexibility and typically, increased well-being. For employers, it means attracting and retaining talent and oftentimes, achieving greater business growth.

Of course, every model has its pros and cons. But if working Monday to Thursday sounds like your jam, then we have a few Vancouver companies to toss your way.

Blackbird Interactive


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With several open positions in programming, production, and communications, Blackbird Interactive is a great pick if you are passionate about creating interactive experiences. The company designs games and compelling worlds ranging from Minecraft Legends and their original IP, Hardspace: Shipbreaker, to the ever-popular Homeworld franchise.

Their new 4-day workweek model is just the cherry on top, adding 40 extra paid vacation days per year! Employees can choose from a WFH or hybrid model.

Where: 400-565 Great Northern Way

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Alida TXM ensures that all business experiences (customer, employee, product, & brand) are unified and deliver greater value. The simple-to-use platform is currently looking for a Business Development Associate (new grads too!) and a Senior Customer Success Manager in Vancouver. If you’re looking for roles elsewhere, though – there are even more opportunities across their sales, customer success, and marketing teams around the globe.

Oh, and the Vancouver-founded company just launched their 4-day workweek pilot program this July.

Where: 200 Granville Street, Mezzanine

David Suzuki Foundation

The David Suzuki Foundation is a science-based non-profit working to protect nature’s diversity and further climate action across Canada and beyond. With offices in Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal, the Foundation’s staff have actually enjoyed a 4-day work week since its founding over three decades ago. Talk about being ahead of the curve!

If you’re interested in environmental work at an inclusive organization, the Foundation is currently hiring for a few roles in Vancouver.

Where: 2211 West 4th Avenue #219