five-day week


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five-day week

[ˈfaɪvˈdeɪˈwiːk] nsettimana di cinque giorni (lavorativi)
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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.
The minimum entitlement for those on a five-day week is five weeks and three days, including bank holidays.
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.
I estimate this will cost more than PS1,000 per year based on a five-day week.
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.
The government and public sector in Oman works five-day week with Thursday-Friday being a weekend thus this Eid Al Fitr those working in public sector will get a nine-day holiday.
Inmates already carry out many types of manufacturing work, such as assembling windows and doors and packaging products, but these are expected to be increased to make working a five-day week normal practice within prisons.