Slovenia Rejects EU Working Time Directive

Luxembourg, 2 June - Slovenia cannot support the European Commission's compromise proposal on the working time directive, Labour Minister Janez Drobnic said on Thursday. "Due to the requirements of the public sector, in particular health care, the cap on extensions to the 48-hour working week within three years is unacceptable," he said.

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