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Media Broadcast reaches agreement with German union ver.di on 32-hour working week

Friday 25 January 2019 | 15:35 CET | News
Germany's Media Broadcast said it has reached an agreement with the trade union ver.di to introduce a four-day working week from 01 April.  The weekly working time will decrease from the current 38 hours over five working days to 32 hours over four working days for all employees. The agreement allows the company to face the challenge of digital transformation while safeguarding jobs.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Media Broadcast
Countries: Germany
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