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4-day work week can be tested in Buryatia

4-day work week can be tested in Buryatia
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In Buryatia, they agree to experiment with a four-day working week. Enterprises participating in the national project “Labor Productivity and Employment Support” can switch to the new schedule. However, the regional government speaks of the need for a thorough analysis of the consequences of such a transition before the start of the experiment.

As reported RIA News, nine Buryat enterprises are participating in the national project - this is the aviation and blade factories, the instrument-making association in Ulan-Ude, the Selenginsky pulp and cardboard mill, Dorstroyservis, Buryatmyasprom, Buryatkhlebprom, and two meat processing companies. In addition to them, the candidates for the experiment in Russia are 266 companies from 30 regions.

Previously reportedthat Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has set the Ministry of Labor the task of conducting research on the impact of the shortened working week on the economy and social sphere. Slightly less than half of the Russians are ready to switch to the “four-day period”, the rest are afraid of wage cuts.