A Limerick A Day

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Spain could become one of the first countries in the world to trial the four-day working week after the government agreed to launch a modest pilot project for companies interested in the idea

There are Spanish left wingers who say
That the government should test a way
Of getting work done
While having more fun
And extending time off by one day

John Moynes

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2 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Bort

    From a country that brought you the 2 hour after lunch nap and starting dinner at 10pm.

    Unfortunately it wouldn’t work here. Disconnecting from work in this country is very difficult. I would say the majority of working people I know work well beyond 9-5.30 most days, well over the 39 hours a week and work weekends, more often that not unpaid. Gardai and nurses all pulling extra shifts. People in construction always working weekends.

    We e live to work unfortunately. We havn’t recovered from “consider yourself lucky you have a job” from the last recession and employers will be beating us with the same stick after covid goes away.

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