Sanders’ 32-hour workweek: what Reddit & employers think

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If a company gave you Fridays off, but you were able to keep your current salary, would you do it? Of course you would.

If you were an employer encouraged to do that for your teams? Maybe yes, maybe no.

The topic of the 32-hour workweek – also described as the four-day workweek – is top of mind for those in the business community after US Senator Bernie Sanders presented new legislation calling for a shortened workweek without a reduction in pay.

If passed, any hours worked above 32 in a week would mandate overtime pay.

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