Reinventing the workweek as energy prices soar

Friday, August 22, 2008

With energy prices soaring, the economy slumping and global warming fears taking center stage, there is no end of innovative responses to this new world order. But today, hybrid cars, compact fluorescent lights and low-flow shower heads seem old school compared to the latest energy saving trend: the four-day work week.
Guest: Rex Facer, Assistant Professor of Public Finance and Management at Brigham Young University, and Chip Chesley, Director of the General Services Department for the city of Concord, New Hampshire.

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