4 days, 40 hours; reporting a revolution in work and leisure. Edited by Riva Poor. Foreword by Paul A. Samuelson.
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Four-day week -- United States.
Horaires de travail.
175 pages 22 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 171-172).
Reporting a revolution in work and leisure: 27 4-day firms / Riva Poor -- An industrial pioneer rescued by the 4-day week / L. Erick Kanter -- Thank God it's Thursday! / L. Erick Kanter -- Fewer days or fewer hours? / Linda G. Sprague -- Are females free to work longer hours? legal opinion / Tim Leonard -- Does organized labor want the four day week? / D. Quinn Mills -- Breaking the 5 day mold: scheduling issues / Linda G. Sprague -- Interface with the outside world / Grant Doherty -- How to handle a 4-day conversion / Kenneth E. Wheeler and Philip D. Bogdonoff -- Work and leisure: The reactions of people at 4-day firms / By James L. Steele and Riva Poor -- Implications for urban America / William W. Nash, Jr. -- The 3-day revolution to come: 3-day workweek, 4-day weekend / Millard C. Faught -- Buzzie Bacasi's 4-day plan for the baseball world / Phil Collier.
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