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4 day workweek (40 or 30 hours)

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III H1TMaN III
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Posted 09 September 2013 - 05:40 AM

I have read some articles of this year that had ideas for a 4 day workweek instead of a 5 day workweek.

 

I'd love having 3 days off! I don't know if I would like to work 10 hours for 4 days each week though, to make 40 hours a week...

 

I'd rather do 30 to 35 hours a week on 4 days or so..

 

What do you think about a 4 day workweek? 


lil weasel
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Posted 09 September 2013 - 06:04 AM Edited by lil weasel, 09 September 2013 - 06:06 AM.

Six Hour days, five days a week. Double time and a half for overtime.

That would allow two people to work the same job with business being open Twelve hours a day.

Everyone on Hourly Rates, NO Salary jobs, including management.

Plus a part timer for 'weekends'.

Employment for all. :)

 

And, wage penalties for no-shows.


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Posted 09 September 2013 - 06:10 AM

Six Hour days, five days a week. Double time and a half for overtime.

That would allow two people to work the same job with business being open Twelve hours a day.

Plus a part timer for 'weekends'.

Employment for all. :)

 

And therefore it won't probably happen. Where I live, what they are doing with public jobs is increase the number of working hours to avoid hiring more people (as well as blocking job replacements in case of sick leaves and so). And then they told us they are working to stop the unemployment. f*ck logic and f*ck dumb politicians.

 

Anyway, ended the rant and backing to topic... I guess the less hours working the less money earned;)





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