Greece has become the first country in the European Union to introduce a 6-day work week in an effort to boost productivity. The regulation came into force on July 1. The new policy aims to enhance economic performance and competitiveness by extending the standard workweek. The change means a traditional 40-hour workweek could be extended to 48 hours per week for some businesses. Food service and tourism workers are not included in the six-day working week initiative. Employees will reportedly have the option of working an additional two hours per day or an extra eight-hour shift as per the new legislation. Four-Day Work Week in Germany Begins From February 1, 2024; Check the List of Countries Who Have Adopted a Shorter Average Working Week.

Greece Introduces 6-Day Work Week to Boost Productivity

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