Portugal Civil Servants Set to Work Less Than EU Peers: Chart

Portugal’s Socialist-led Parliament voted on June 1 to cut the working week for public employees to 35 hours after the previous government raised it to 40 in 2013. The move may turn the country’s civil servants into European Union champions for spending the least amount of hours at work per week, according to data compiled by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.

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