Has the 40-Hour Workweek Gone Away?

Has the 40-Hour Workweek Gone Away?

Through the centuries, the workweek has pretty much remained the same; 5 days a week and 40 hours a week. In 1918 Congress passed a law establishing an 8-hour workday to avoid a strike for all interstate rail workers. In 1924, Henry Ford moved to a five-day workweek...