Employers Beware – A 4-Day Workweek Creates A Multitude Of Problems (Here’s a long list of them)

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It surprises most that a 4-day/32-hour workweek creates a problem for every hour worked under it.

Let me state upfront that if you have a giddy Pollyanna attitude toward a four-day workweek, this article is not for you. Yes, the 4-Day/32-hour workweek is one of the hottest new trends in today’s tight labor market.

Currently, legislation has already been introduced in California (and several other states) to make it a legal requirement for most businesses. However, before deciding whether you support this “work/life balance” fad. You should first build a comprehensive list of the possible problems that it can create.

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