Recalibrating the Labor Market: How to Have Your Cake and Time to Eat It Too

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Mar 25, 2018 - Authors, American - 286 pages
A proposal to reduce the standard workweek from 40 to 24-hours. This will swing the balance of power away from the employer and back toward the worker, and give the working-poor many more options to work their way out of poverty. Furthermore, we should all welcome an additional 16-hours a week to spend at home with the family or on activities of our choice.

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EDUCATION: A generous dose of liberal arts from St. John's University (Collegeville, MN), and in business management at University of St. Thomas (St. Paul, MN). WORKING CAREER In the military, with the U.S. Army in MI and PSYOPs. In corporate America, at 3M, market development, helping to commercialize new technologies and products. In a large family business, at Bailey Nurseries, growing trees and shrubs and flowers for commercial nurseries. In a nonprofit, at Merrick, Inc., a nonprofit social program specializing in vocational training and placement for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. PERSONAL Retired now, full time husband, father and grandpa, part time writer.

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