Who created the five-day work week?

Answer According to Joseph R. Conlin's text, "The American Past," the 40-hour work week was created under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The Wagner Act was passed in 1935, and it made companies pay ... Read More »

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Who created the 5-day work week?

Henry Ford created the five-day work week in 1926 in an effort to retain more of his employees. To keep workers and increase profits, he doubled employee pay, asked that they only work eight hours ... Read More »

Does anyone know of any part time jobs that would allow a person to work two week days a week?

A fast food place may let you do that. They hire many students, that can just work on weekends. You could do alright.

In the beginning God created WD40, but what did he do for the rest of the week?

Immediately after WD40, God created duct tape... then spent the rest of the week creating a universe in which both products would be invaluable. The day of rest was therefore well-deserved! :)

Phases of the Work Week?

Many Americans are familiar with the phases of the work week. Phases of the work week are based on the 9-to-5 daily grind with weekends off of work. Many people suffer through the work week and loo... Read More »