workweek

[ US /ˈwɝˌkwik/ ]
NOUN
  1. hours or days of work in a calendar week
    they worked a 40-hour week
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How To Use workweek In A Sentence

  • Previously, a special permit was required if the mandatory workweek exceeded 48 hours.
  • ‘You hear about chefs putting in 80-hour workweeks,’ he says.
  • South Korea is one of the world's only industrialized nations to still have a six-day workweek.
  • Even those at the top were not immune to the stress created by 70-hour workweeks.
  • However, a campaign promise to further reduce the workweek to 35 hours was never implemented.
  • When others are putting in 60-hour workweeks, these clever souls have found ways to get out of the office early and often.
  • The other day on the morning news I heard a fairly long discussion of the full monty which is not news to my mind, who got voted off American Idol, even more on Anna Nicole, also not serious news, and if one wants to hear weather and traffic and other things that might affect the workweek you have to listen through all this other blither in between. How did the invention of the printing press help change the world in the renaissance? « World Literacy « Literacy Help « Literacy News
  • The average workweek shrank to 36.6 hours from 36.7 in June.
  • Employers added 340,000 jobs, while the length of the average workweek rose and manufacturing workers spent more overtime hours on the job.
  • Work must also be restructured in such a way that it accommodates caregiving, through a shorter workweek and more flexible scheduling, for example.
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