If Not 40 Hours, Then What? Defining the Modern Work Week

Is the traditional 40-hour work week dead? Today’s nine-to-fiver can only look at all of the alternative proposals being bandied about and savor the possibilities: the four-day work week, the 30-hour work week, the 21-hour work week, and even the no-day work week. With the advent of telecommuting, flexible hours, globalization and answering emails after hours and on vacation, the American worker has entered the era of the fuzzy work-home divide.

Source: knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu

Is the traditional 40-hour work week dead?

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