Workplaces across the country are adopting a new January policy to make up for lost June productivity, doubling the work day to 16 hours to compensate for giving a few Fridays off in the summer.

That policy is being tested now at many large and midsize offices, with part of the rationale being you’re depressed anyway so why not lean a little harder into it. The 16-hour work days in January and February are designed to cancel out the days off in June and July, as well as cancel out the happiness you get from them.

Offices may also soon experiment with ‘Saturday hours’ to compensate for vacation days and bathroom breaks.