Question: “I’m a union employee and currently work a 40-hour week, but I’d like to cut back to 32 hours per week. I can easily complete all my work in six hours a day, as I usually go looking for more work each afternoon. How should I approach my employer and what should I say in a formal letter asking for this accommodation?” — Anonymous
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