Setpoint Chooses Four Day Work Weeks

Ogden, Utah, November 2008—Setpoint Systems, an industrial automation integration firm, announced today that they will be permanently implementing a four day work week.

After completing a trial experiment for 90 days working a 4 day, 10 hour day schedule, Monday through Thursday, the experiment has been regarded as a success.

Setpoint spent time upfront to work out benefits for the employees as well as alerting customers to this change so that there were no disruptions to the delivery of projects.  Employee satisfaction has increased at work as well as a realized cost savings on gas and time in the commute.

“As we went through the 90 day pilot our top priority was to ensure our customers were still taken care of and we were still able to deliver on time.  Because of all the work we did upfront in notifying them we have been able to enjoy a trouble free pilot period and are excited about making this a permanent change” says Roger Thomas, VP of Operations.


About Setpoint:

Setpoint provides engineering services specializing in the design, build, and controls programming of turn-key custom automated solutions. Setpoint has more than 16 years of experience designing and building lean automated solutions for a wide range of manufacturers. All of Setpoint’s employees have been trained in the TPS methodology and have direct experience with some of the most discerning manufacturers practicing lean manufacturing principles today.

For more information please contact:

Kara Smith
Setpoint Systems, Inc.
Phone 801-621-4117

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