Camila Vallejo, spokeswoman for the government of current President Gabriel Boric, has also introduced this proposal. The President has given the green signal to this proposal. In such a situation, very soon it will come out in the form of law.
Be it a government employee or an employee of a private company, everyone is waiting for leave. Somewhere there is a holiday for one day in a week and somewhere this holiday is for two days. However, many countries around the world are working on the process of increasing the holidays. Meanwhile, Chile’s president has introduced a new plan, according to which employees will have to work forty fewer hours per week.
40 hours a week will have to be reduced in this country’s new plan for employees Work
In fact, the government of Chile President Gabriel Boric said on Tuesday that it has resumed efforts to pass a bill to reduce working hours in the country. The plan aims to reduce the work week from 45 to 40 hours. He also said that the work on this should have been done long back but it was delayed due to the previous government.
Camila Vallejo, spokeswoman for the government of current President Gabriel Boric, has also introduced this proposal. The President has given the green signal to this proposal. In fact, there is a provision in the Constitution of Chile that obliges all legislators to consider the bill if it is mandated by the President. In such a situation, it is likely to come out in the form of law very soon.
According to reports, several other proposals have also been put forward by Borik’s government, including amendments to reduce working hours for special categories of workers such as public transport drivers and domestic workers. Boric said during a ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday that these reforms are necessary for the new Chile.
Borik said his government hoped that the bill would be voted on and approved by both houses of parliament as soon as possible. Let us tell you that Boric is the youngest President of Chile and he also opposes the new reform.
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