Marylanders could get a shorter workweek under new bill
If passed, the pilot program would begin July 1, and expire in 2028.
According to The Four-Day Workweek Act of 2023, business would need to shift at least 30 employees, and not have any prior plans to shorten the workweek. Additionally, workers cannot see a drop in pay or benefits from the standard five-day week.
The Department of Labor would determine the tax credit amount businesses would get.
So are you down for the four day work week or what?
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