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Understanding Compressed Work Weeks: A Guide for HR and Payroll Professionals


Tightening a vise on a calendar symbolizing Compressed Work Week
Compressed Work Week

What Are Compressed Work Weeks?

In a compressed work week, employees work fewer than six days but maintain the total number of work hours for the week. This means that while the standard workday is typically 8 hours, in a compressed schedule, each workday might extend to 9.5 hours (or another adjusted duration). This adjustment compensates for fewer working days in the week, ensuring that the total weekly work hours remain constant.

Compliance with DOLE Regulations

Calculating Leave in Compressed Work Schedules

Calculating Absences During Compressed Work Weeks

Overtime Calculation in Compressed Work Weeks

For Worked Rest Days and Combined Holiday-Rest Days

EDS HROS Integration


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