Pokémon developer Recreation Freak is transitioning to an non-compulsory 4-day work week

Pokémon developer Recreation Freak is transitioning to an non-compulsory 4-day work week

Recreation Freak, the corporate behind the Pokémon franchise, has introduced that it’s going to transition to an non-compulsory 4 day work week.

In an initiative it calls a “selective weekly three-day system”, workers who want to can take a further time off work along with Saturday and Sunday.

The corporate says that this scheme will goal full-time workers who’re elevating youngsters underneath faculty age or who want household care.

Pokemon Legends Arceus – the VGC overview

Recreation Freak states in a press launch that it needs to “extra flexibly understand work types that go well with particular person circumstances.”

Recreation Freak is the most recent developer to experiment with hybrid working within the wake of the pandemic.

Earlier this yr, Bandai Namco Cellular, a Barcelona-based studio said in a weblog submit that it was transitioning to a 4 day work week construction.

“Work-life stability has all the time been a precedence for us and for the reason that starting of our studio, we have now empowered our groups to strike the correct stability between their skilled and personal life based mostly on their distinctive wants due to limitless holidays, hybrid working, and no set working hours,” the studio mentioned within the weblog.

The Pokémon Firm, which is part-owned by Nintendo and Recreation Freak, revealed earlier this month that it had agreed to purchase the agency that prints its buying and selling card sport (TCG), Millennium Print Group, for an undisclosed sum.

Recreation Freak is at present engaged on a number of Pokémon titles together with Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet. They’re due for launch later this yr on Nintendo Swap.