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Working hours were shortened to 6 for the 68 nurses at the Svartedalen old people’s home, who got to keep the same salary level.
2017/01/04 10:56
To cover for the reduction, the city had to hire 17 extra staff at a cost of about 12 million kronor
2017/01/04 10:57
employees at Svartedalen residential home felt healthier, which reduced sick-leave absence
2017/01/04 10:57
It’s associated with higher costs
2017/01/04 10:57
It’s far too expensive to carry out a general shortening of working hours within a reasonable time frame
2017/01/04 10:57
While historical data shows that the length of average working days has fallen in Sweden over the past century, there are currently no plans to establish six-hour working days at a national level.
2017/01/04 10:58