Cut Worker Hours But Not Worker Pay: Recipe for Employee Retention and Productivity

A company in Denton, Texas, replicates the results of a recent study overseas that shows reducing worker hours without cutting their pay increases retention, and even productivity. Is this some anti-capitalist nonsense, or capitulation to Progressive unionism? Or, is it a recognition that if you treat people well, they’ll work harder and stay with you?

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