Liechtenstein - Flexible working hours should contribute to better work-life balance - November 30, 2017

The employers are working towards an increase of the flexibility, often combined with on-call duties. Trade union LANV has criticised this unilateral approach. The union signals that the country belongs, together with Switzerland, to the European countries with the longest working week. LANV pleads in a position paper for flexible working hours that serve the workers and contribute to a better work-life balance. The union takes a firm stand against the watering down of existing legal provisions on working time and collectively agreed working hours.    

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