ALTERNATIVE WORK SCHEDULES
Organizational productivity should increase significantly with the 4 day/40 hour week strategy. Start up and shut down times could be reduced by 20%; and with equipment operating 50 hours per week instead of the traditional 40, capital costs may be also be reduced. With the staggered hours--a fixed eight hour/day schedule within a range of starting times--and flextime--a variable time eight hour work day within a range of starting times--strategies, transit scheduling would be more difficult because of inability to predict workers' commuting times. Flextime may not work for production line situations, and it creates a problem in monitoring employees. Chapter Two lists contacts for information about alternative work schedule programs, and it lists several current programs. Chapter Three contains an annotated bibliography of alternative work schedule programs.
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- Publication Date: 1978-2
- Features: Figures;
- Pagination: 21 p.
- TRT Terms: Alternatives analysis; Benefits; Bibliographies; Commuters; Peak hour traffic; Productivity; Public transit; Scheduling; Staggered work hours; Traffic congestion; Travel demand
- Old TRIS Terms: Strategy
- Subject Areas: Administration and Management; Highways; Operations and Traffic Management; Passenger Transportation; Public Transportation;
- Accession Number: 00315405
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS, USDOT
- Created Date: Feb 6 1981 12:00AM