California Gov. Brown Proposes 4-Day Workweeks

Gov. Jerry Brown proposed switching state workers to a four-day workweek, working 9.5 hours a day, or 38 hours a week, instead of the current five-day, 40-hour workweek. The change would cut workers' pay by 5 percent, saving the state $401 million in general fund costs.
May 15, 2012

Gov. Jerry Brown proposed switching state workers to a four-day workweek, working 9.5 hours a day, or 38 hours a week, instead of the current five-day, 40-hour workweek. The change would cut workers' pay by 5 percent, saving the state $401 million in general fund costs.

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