Published at: 2016-04-28 10:20 | Author: CIJ Journal
More than 60 percent of Hungarians work overtime, according to a study by Randstad, with those working in manufacturing and upper management positions averaging more than 45 hours a week.
The study states that Hungarians would be willing to work even more hours for additional pay, and only 5 persent of employees would be willing to work for less money if they had more free time in exchange. The findings also show that people prefer flexible rather than fixed work schedules.
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