Companies Consider Longer Working Hours, Trade Unions Not Enthusiastic

Ljubljana, 8 August - EU-wide debates on extended working hours have sparked similar discussions in Slovenia, where some employers would like to see their workforce work longer than allowed 40 hours per week. The initiative was criticised by the trade unions, while the labour ministry sees no need for longer working hours.

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