In 2008, Utah launched a “4/10” workweek for state workers—10-hour days from Monday through Thursday—in a bid to cut costs and conserve energy. But the state scrapped its grand experiment last month, saying it wasn’t saving as much as expected and residents complained about not getting services on Fridays.
While no other states have tried 4/10 workweeks, dozens of cities and many private employers offer some version of compressed workweeks.
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