Sure Step is currently getting 160 regular-time hours from each worker per month. This is actually..

Sure Step is currently getting 160
regular-time hours from each worker per month. This is actually calculated from
8 hours per day times 20 days per month. For this, they are paid $9.375 per
hour (=1500/160). Suppose workers can change their contract so that they only
have to work 7.5 hours per day regular-time—everything above this becomes
overtime—and their regular-time wage rate increases to $10 per hour. They will
still work 20 days per month. Will this change the optimal no-backlogging
solution?