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Unions suggest moving to a four-day work week

Unions suggest moving to a four-day work week
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In Russia, it was proposed to shorten the working week. The Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia (FNPR) sent a proposal to the Ministry of Labor of Russia.

As the TASS, the document says about the transition to a four-day work week. At the same time, the FNPR insists on maintaining the level of salaries.

The Russian Ministry of Labor suggested discussing the initiative with the participation of trade unions and employers. Also in the department notedthat the current legislation does not contradict the introduction of a shortened working week at the discretion of the employer.