4 days working and its side-effects

4 days working and its side-effects
We are passing through an era of new changes in many areas and changes in existing archaic labour laws also is contentiously on the anvil. It is hoped that the idea of 4 days working, if so, would be based on a thoughtful consideration of its pros and cons.

There is a ping-pong game of grapevine happeningon 4 days working. Sometime there is tittle-tattle that government is considering to introduce 4 days working in the industries. Some other time there is opposite tittle-tattle that there is no such proposal.

However, whether it is happening or not, any worker will be happy to hear that there may be a possibility that they will be required to work 4 days only in a week and that they will be able to enjoy holidays of straight 3 long days in a week. However, this feeling of enjoyment will be partly reduced, when reading through the fine-prints of T & C of 4 days working, that the worker will have to work for long 12 hours shift on each day instead of existing 8 hours a day, if 4 day work is implemented.

We are passing through an era of new changes in many areas and changes in existing archaic labour laws also is contentiously on the anvil. It is hoped that the idea of 4 days working, if so, would be based on a thoughtful consideration of its pros and cons. It is believed that the idea behind 12 hour working shift may...

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G.M. Saini

Advocate at Labour & Employment Law, New Delhi

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