Carolyn Dennis, mother of a 5-year-old, initially wasn't too keen on Utah's decision to move her to a four-day workweek.
Dennis and 17,000 other state employees this month began working four 10-hour days per week rather than five eight-hour days. When told of the change, Dennis immediately thought about her son.
She normally picked him up from day care in the afternoon. Since she'd now be working later, pickup seemed like it'd be a problem.
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