The idea of a four-day workweek seems nice, but is it realistic? Lawmakers have been debating both the positive and negative effects of a four-day workweek.

It seems too good to be true, but a four-day workweek might be a reality soon for Colorado sooner than you would think.

The Modern Workplace Is Changing


Since the pandemic, our country’s workforce has shifted. Remote and hybrid working is now common.

My brother works in a hybrid work environment, and he dreads going into the office twice a week. I work fully in an office and love it.

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40-Hour Workweek in Colorado


The 40-hour week has been the norm across the country since 1926. However, the United States did not adopt it into law until 1940.

Could we be working less? It has been a long time since it has been revisited.

Burnout is at an all-time high. It seems like change could be happening soon.

Equal Pay For Less Work in Colorado


Senator Bernie Sanders introduced a bill recently to the U.S. Senate. Reportedly, there is a lot of support to make a 32-hour workweek a reality rather than a pipe dream.

The bill says a 32-hour week would be the maximum hours for an employee to work. Any more hours than that would require overtime pay.

A four-day, 32-hour workweek could be phased into the Colorado workforce. If all goes well, working for four days a week will be normal within the next four years.

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