4 Day Work Week In Auto?

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The Future Of Workday Schedules

by Rachael Evans

Did you know that before 1908, a workday
could last up to 16 hours in the summer?
Sure, people would have long rest periods
in-between seasons, but the work was
brutal. Come 1908, things started to
change when one particular American
factory first introduced a five-day
workweek to accommodate its Jewish
workers. That’s how the two-day weekend
we all know came to be. Then in 1926,
Henry Ford implemented the first 40-hour
workweek to give his factory workers more

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