Posts Tagged "four-day week"

Summer studies for the class of 2020

With both the energy and climate crisis looming, it's clear that the type of engineering work done by the time today's 10-year-old graduates college in 2020 will be different. Hopefully, talented young minds can solve both problems, especially if they're encouraged from an early age. That's the motivation of two new kits from Thames & Kosmos (see our previous review… read more →

The four-day week

2,400 city employees in Birmingham, AL will be working four-day weeks this summer. The city believes this may save employees up to $1 million in gas expenses alone, or about five million pounds of CO2. The motivation of the change was cited as fuel costs for both the city and its workers, but the move also highlights how we can… read more →