Gorsuch Construction attends Grand Opening of Pearl House Zanesville

Why are we moving to a 4-day workweek?

At Gorsuch Construction, the well-being of our team is our top priority. Because of this, we get results, deliver on our promises, seek innovative solutions, and bring integrity to everything we do. We do this with a talented, dedicated, and empowered team of professionals.

With the best interests of our team in mind, we’re proud to announce that we are now operating under a 4-day workweek. An extra 24 hours of added flexibility, rejuvenation, and time to oneself is the new normal for our team. Come join us and it could be your new normal, too!

How we benefit from a 4-day workweek.

Scientific evidence points to an overall increase in wellness and job satisfaction when people have a better balance of work time and non-work time. Employees have more time to spend doing the things they love. Their minds and bodies have downtime to rejuvenate. They have more time to grow personally and professionally. There are new opportunities to get involved and volunteer in the community or better support their families. As a result, it fosters greater creativity and innovation.

What does a 4-day workweek look like at Gorsuch Construction?

Our organization will operate 4 days a week, 8.5 hours each day. Our employees will have 34-hour workweek schedules while getting paid for 40 hours. We are reimagining the way our work gets done. We are working smarter, with more efficiency and productivity.

  • Our focus is on our productivity and results rather than how much time is spent in the office.
  • Our competitive compensation package remains the same – you’re now granted an additional day for “me” time each week.

Ready to learn more? Contact us today to see if a career at Fairfield Homes is right for you or browse our current open positions and apply today!

ZANESVILLE − A nearly decade-long project officially came to an end on Thursday.

State, county and city officials were among those on hand as Pearl House Zanesville held its official opening and ribbon cutting in downtown Zanesville. Officials speaking at the event included Mayor Don Mason, State Senator Tim Shaffer and US House Representative Troy Balderson, while Kelli Johnson represented US Senator Rob Portman.

Jennifer Gorsuch Walters, President and CEO of Fairfield Homes/Gorsuch Construction, was also on hand, as her company was a crucial part in constructing the project, which cost around $9 million. The 34-unit residence is located on South Street and offers housing for people in recovery from addiction, as several people moved in to the building in September. Steve Carrel, the retired former CEO of Muskingum Behavioral Health, was one of the people behind the project. He spoke to the crowd and welcomed people to take a tour of the new facility. He commended everyone involved in making the idea become a reality.

Read more: https://www.zanesvilletimesrecorder.com/story/news/local/2022/10/29/area-leaders-gather-for-official-opening-of-pearl-house-zanesville/69593122007/