Employees at Channel Ten have been asked to reduce their working days, Nick Tabakoff reports at The Australian. That kind of cutting-hours-to-save-cutting-jobs strategy is increasingly common these days. On the upside, people get to keep their jobs (and potentially cut back on insane working hours). On the downside, there'll be less money coming in. Have you been offered reduced working hours — and would you take them if they were offered? Share your reactions in the comments.
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