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Landstar officials said BCOs work shorter hours than drivers at traditional truck firms.
Some of them could drink from the flask, which made our work shorter.
She said employers must look for ways to support people to work shorter hours.
The established trades began to work shorter hours, and the less stable trades entirely ceased.
At low ebb let the men work shorter time; at high flood let them work overtime.
Its announcement in October that its Swiss workers would work shorter hours added to a correction among semiconductor stocks.
Softbank Corp. will also allow staff to work shorter hours and take more days off while their children are growing up.
We have accomplished what to earlier ages of mankind would have been a miracle-wework shorter hours, we produce more, and we live better.
Just because residents are working shorter shifts likely doesn't mean you get to add more residents.
Now that Gabe had finally been promoted to foreman, he was working shorter hours and earning good money.
So far, about 75 percent of its 240 employees were working shorter weeks.
Staff are working shorter shifts.
GM's Lansing Grand River plant in Michigan worked shorter hours on Wednesday and will do so again on Thursday, the spokesman said.
The hope is that staffers working shorter days will accomplish just as much, only with more efficiency and less calling in sick.
Science Explains Why We Should All Work Shorter Hours in Winter People tend to get gloomy when night comes early and cold weather descends.
Hannon previously worked on Google Maps and Gmail and worked shorter stints at Facebook and event organizing site Eventbrite, according to her LinkedIn profile.
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