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Working Weekends—Greece Approves a Six-Day Workweek

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As we debate the benefits of switching to a three-day or four-day workweek, Greece is adopting a six-day workweek to deal with the economic pressure that has been mounting in the country. Greece’s new workweek policy will allow employees to work six days a week with flexible working hours, opening up the option to work thirteen-hour days if they wish. Workers with full-time jobs can work with an additional part-time employer for five hours a day apart from their existing eight-hour commitment to their primary employer. 

The Greece labor policy update was approved after 158 out of the 300 legislators

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