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52-hour system period one year… 'Explosion of work' is also a special extension work

2019-12-11T03:22:06.646Z

The 52-hour workweek will expand to more than 50 and fewer than 300 employees in January next year. Many of these companies are not well prepared and the government has announced supplements. Reporter Han Joo Han



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The 52-hour workweek will expand to more than 50 and fewer than 300 employees in January next year. Many of these companies are not well prepared and the government has announced supplements.

Reporter Han Joo Han

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The 52-hour workweek will be extended to companies with 50 to 300 employees starting next year.

However, many target companies are not ready.

The government has put forward a supplementary plan that allows the system to run as scheduled, but for a period of time.

The grant period is one year, and the company is not eligible for enforcement, such as overtime work supervision.

Even if the violation is confirmed by workers' complaints, we have decided to take a period of up to six months.

We also loosen the special extended work system, which allows you to work more than 52 hours a week under special circumstances.

Accreditation requirements are now strictly limited due to disaster relief situations, and have been extended to rescue and treatment of emergency patients, sudden disruption of facilities and facilities, and significant increases in workload.

[Hong Nam-gi / Deputy Prime Minister: Expand government support for the cost of new hires to minimize job shortages and cost burdens. ]

The government explained that the measures were in place as the National Assembly ended yesterday as the period of resilient work was extended.

But the labor community is strongly opposed.

The KCTU is pursuing constitutional wishes and administrative proceedings to ease the requirement for special overtime work.

Source: sbskr

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