five-day week

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five-day week

[ˈfaɪvˈdeɪˈwiːk] nsettimana di cinque giorni (lavorativi)
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It was the very busiest working time, when all the peasantry show an extraordinary intensity of self-sacrifice in labor, such as is never shown in any other conditions of life, and would be highly esteemed if the men who showed these qualities themselves thought highly of them, and if it were not repeated every year, and if the results of this intense labor were not so simple.
He recalled that a Sunday Special had once calculated that the working time of Arnold Thorndike brought him in two hundred dollars a minute.
Do you think that it would be too much to say that two hours of the working time of every efficient member of a community goes to feed the red fiend of war?
Contract notice: Consulting - new working time system for the business unit cleaning of bsr (ge vr).
The contested amendments do not result in a responsibility for the municipality to determine its working time so that it takes into consideration the working time of the parliament.
Working time was calculated as 95% of the full trace recorded and setting time when the trace became parallel.
Richard ALYS SAYS: Under the Working Time Regulations there are restrictions on how many hours you can be required to work and the rest breaks which you should receive.
Following a recent decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), time spent travelling to and from a customer is now to be regarded as working time where the employee has no fixed place of work.
A RECENT European Court of Justice (ECJ) decision, which ruled that a Spanish security alarm company breached working time regulations, could have a big impact on Scottish businesses.
The employer considered that the first journey of the day from home to the first assignment and the last journey of the day from the last assignment to home was not working time.
Instead they regard this travel time as "rest time" under the Working Time Directive.
THE European Court of Justice decided this week that for workers who do not have a fixed or habitual place of work, time spent travelling between their homes and the premises of the first and last customers designated by their employer constitutes "working time" within the meaning of the EU Working Time Directive.