Regarding the "free work week" in 2020, this copied from another thread on the topic, but basically every exempt employee is working one week for free in 2020, with the understanding that the week will be repaid back to them someday in the future when they leave the company.
"Let's assume you are an exempt employee. You have an agreement to work for Allstate in exchange for an annual salary of a certain amount. Allstate can break that annual amount up into any number of payments throughout the year (currently 26), but at the end of the year your W2 should show that you were paid the annual salary you agreed to.
In 2020, Allstate has decided to take away one week of pay (justifying it with some accounting mumbo jumbo), with the promise to pay it back when you retire or otherwise leave the company. Your 2020 W2 will show that you were not paid the full annual salary you agreed to; it will be one week of pay less. Allstate has then reneged on your agreement because they are big and bad and can get away with it, and there is no other way to spin it.
When one person takes money from another person with the promise to repay the money at some point in the future, that is the definition of a loan. So, all exempt employees are going to give Allstate a loan of one week of pay next year, which Allstate will keep interest-free for as long as you work for Allstate."