The foreign secretary, who is expected to be confirmed as Britain’s next prime minister on Monday, wants to review existing EU worker protections, including the 48-hour working week,
The new government is also understood to want to look at rules on taking breaks and calculating holiday pay that guarantees most people four weeks’ holiday a year plus bank holidays.
that's bleak. i wonder if it correlates with a higher acceptance for slagging off, having a few at lunch etc.
In my experience that's what America is like. No holiday and heavy working hours as we know, but a lot more disappearing off all afternoon for no apparent reason, extended dentists appointments on work hours, going off to file your taxes on work hours and so onthat's bleak. i wonder if it correlates with a higher acceptance for slagging off, having a few at lunch etc.
suppose that doesn't need to be the case. and we already do that here anyway...