Flexible work arrangements -- Oregon -- Clackamas County
In November 2008, Clackamas County, Oregon began a one-year pilot program: switching employees to an alternate four-day work week, with 10-hour workdays (typically 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday). About 828 of Clackamas County's 1,800 employees were affected by the program, which does not extend to emergency service providers.
This report summarizes the evaluation of Clackamas County’s alternate work week pilot project based on the data collected between November 2008 and July 2009.
Nishishiba, Masami; Bitton, Jana; Kurtz, Dennis; and Zil, Charlene, "Clackamas County Alternate Work Week Pilot Project" (2010). Center for Public Service Publications and Reports. 29.