Amazon Is Experimenting With A 30-Hour Work Week

Amazon Is Experimenting With A 30-Hour Work Week
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The online retailer is launching a pilot program that will allow a technical team to work with a considerably shortened schedule

Laura Yan
  • 30 august 2016

Amazon is testing out a 30-hour work week for some technical teams. Employees will have the same benefits as traditional full-time workers, but receive a proportional 25 percent pay cut. The pilot team would work Monday through Thursday, from 10am to 2pm. Even managers would keep the shorter schedule.

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