SPANIARDS COULD NOW HAVE A FOUR- DAY WORK WEEK.


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Spurred by the coronavirus pandemic, the proposed plan of a shorter working week will aim to boost employment and increase productivity during working hours.


The pilot, which was put forward by Más País, a small left- wing political party, has now been accepted by Spain’s government.


The party’s president, Iñigo Errejón, announced the news on Twitter earlier this year, writing: ‘We did it! We have agreed with the Government to promote a pilot project to reduce working hours. European funds should also serve to reorient the economy towards improving health, caring for the environment and increasing productivity.’

That they are in UK.


This argument has been put forward by Más País, which contends that working more hours does not mean working better, The Guardian reports.


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