Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Super Spring Forward Day,Starting MAY 1, 2016
A member of Congress has just penned a bill to spring the clocks further an extra hour strating next year in 2016. Basically since days are longer, big business wants to make good use of the sunlight to increase business worker productivity. HR.2016l5G718 Spring into Action Bill has nearly unanimous support. This bill will ensure that workers get up one hour before it's daybreak. A bipartisan task force concluded that workers should be held to the standard that workers should be working from "dusk to dawn". Steve Graham, an expert on labor affairs, said, "workers should arrive at work while is still dark, since workers sleeping in while the sun is three hand lengths above the horizon is an abomination and leads to slacking and has negative effects on workplace morale. We need to maintain our first place ranking in the worker marketplace." If this bill passes all workers should be prepared to set their clocks further forward an extra hour on May 1st, then on the day after Labor Day will workers will be able too fall back one hour for regular daylight savings time.