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A manufacturer tried the 4-day workweek for 5 days' pay and won't go back

By: Andrea Hsu


When Bill Kowalcic first heard that his company Advanced RV was trying out a four-day workweek, he was filled with questions.


"All of us were a little nervous — like, are we going to be able to get our work done? Are we going to do OK? Is this going to hurt us?" says Kowalcic, a skilled craftsman who works in the finishing department.


A year and a half later, he has answers.


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