We just implemented an optional 4/10 work week. I copied a portion of it below. So far, it is working for us. Good Luck.
The department managers will determine the work schedules within their departments. They will establish the start date for the new schedule.
Employees are expected to work their scheduled work week. The day off will not fluctuate.
Daily Time Clock Rule will not change, which is as follows:
Hourly employees are paid for the time actually worked. If an employee is short 2.75 ‑ 6.5 hours per day on their time card, five (5) hours of personal leave or vacation time will be automatically applied from their account. If an employee is short 6.75 or more hours per day, ten (10) hours of personal leave or vacation time will be automatically applied from their account.
Vacation and PTO accruals may be taken in five (5) or ten (10) hour increments.
Employees will get paid eight (8) hours of holiday pay.
When a holiday falls on the employee’s day off:
Exempt employees must make up the 2 hours over the pay period in which the holiday occurs.
Hourly employees have the option of working an additional two hours in the same week or get paid for 38 hours.
When a holiday falls on the employee’s scheduled day off, the department manager will decide which day the employee will take off.