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