Hungary -Sunday opening in retail reconsidered -November 07, 2014

A decision on a proposal to restrict shop openings on Sundays made by Christian Democrats (KDNP), the minor partner in the governing alliance, will be made only after consultations with the trade unions and companies operating the shops.

A decision on a proposal to restrict shop openings on Sundays made by Christian Democrats (KDNP), the minor partner in the governing alliance, will be made only after consultations with the trade unions and companies operating the shops. The government has discussed the proposal but has not made a decision. The leader of the Commercial Employee’s Trade Union welcomed the bill. In view of the labour shortage hitting the sector, the restrictions would not bring about layoffs of retail workers, he said.

English: http://hungarytoday.hu/cikk/82194-2-christian-democrats-to-restrict-sunday-shopping ...  


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