Tuesday, 16 February 2021 09:36

Working hours of 4 days a week

Working hours of 4 days a week Working hours of 4 days a week

The debate over whether to shorten the work week is reigniting

The debate over whether to shorten the work week is reigniting. In this case, due to the agreement reached on February 5, 2021 by the Government and Más País to implement a pilot plan for a four-day or 32-hour workweek. A program that will allocate 50 million euros to help companies that volunteer to implement this work schedule.

The idea is that these companies receive a supplement that allows them to keep salaries intact until the intended increase in production derived from higher employee performance is consolidated. This measure will be part of the Government's Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, and the money to finance it will come from European funds.

The Government has accepted the proposal of the left formation in exchange for its parliamentary support for the distribution of European funds.
shorter hours "enhance performance and improve productivity per hour worked." Furthermore, they have "very positive environmental effects, since they would make possible less compulsive and more sustainable consumption patterns".

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Our platform is prepared for these regulatory changes and adapts easily to any new regulation.

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