five-day week


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five-day week

[ˈfaɪvˈdeɪˈwiːk] nsettimana di cinque giorni (lavorativi)
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6 weeks holiday each year, which is 28 days for someone who works a five-day week, but this does not have to include Christmas, New Year's Day or other bank holidays.
It has proposed scrapping a middle tier of supervisors, turning costly agency staff into full-time employees, cancelling overtime and switching from a four to a five-day week rota.
The role involves a 48-hour, five-day week, and the firm isn't shy about saying only hard workers need apply.
Now, if only Piers Morgan could be persuaded to drag his lazy backside out of bed to do a full five-day week like the rest of us.
S4C director of content and broadcast, Dafydd Rhys, added: "It's a great time for the five-day week Pobol y Cwm to return.
WEEE Malta stated that on a national scale Malta is expected to need to collect at least 20 tons a day, spread over a five-day week.
And you weren't thinking that would be for a five-day week, were you?
The administration staff would still work a five-day week so their parking spaces could be used by patients and visitors over the weekends.
Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government's decision to not have a five-day week in government offices, is being considered a big setback by government employees who had pinned their hopes on a five-day week work regimen.
The automaker will allow them to work a five-day week and will also provide them housing (in a campus) and pay them an extra INR4,000 per month.
Frigoglass said it would initially invest 500,000 to 800,000 euros in the plant and has proposed to workers a five-day week along with a wage cut.
The government sector and a number of private companies already have a five-day week.