(NewsNation) — Lawmakers in Maryland are proposing a bill that would initiate a study of the effects of a four-day workweek.
Employees would be working 32 hours, but they would receive the same pay. According to Qualtrics, a technology company, 92% of U.S. workers are in favor of a shortened week.
Vaughn Stewart, D-Montgomery County, one of the bill’s sponsors, said corporate executives love the idea just as much as employees.
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