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Subject:Re: Anyone work 4-10 hour days? From:barryk -at- MDHOST -dot- CSE -dot- TEK -dot- COM Date:Fri, 31 Oct 1997 14:04:07 -0800
On Fri, 31 Oct 1997, The Tech Writer wrote:
> I'd like to approach management with the idea of allowing us to work four
> 10-hour days, if we choose to. I know that usually at the end of my day, at
> 6 or 7 o'clock, I've caught my second wind and could keep going for a
> couple more hours, at least. I'd like to know any personal/anectodal
> experiences, and of any studies that anyone knows of that may have
> looked at this option.
Our boss lets us all work 10-hour days, 6-days a week.
We are allowed to work right through lunch.
Saturdays are always a treat, because we can "dress down".
Hope this brings a little sunshine into your world.