Compressed Work Weeks
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With compressed work weeks, your employees work the same number of hours, but in fewer days. Typical schedules include:
- 4 days/40 hours – employees work 40 hours in four days instead of five.
- 9 days/80 hours – employees work 80 hours in nine days instead of 10.
Employers establish compressed work weeks to:
- Reduce operating costs
- Improve employee morale
- Expand service hours
- Reduce employee absenteeism
- Create talent recruitment advantages
Download our compressed work week resource tools to help you get started.
The Clean Air Campaign’s expert consultants can help design and implement a compressed work week program that fits your needs – at no cost to your organization.