South Korea to reconsider plan for a 69-hour working week
The South Korean government is reportedly rethinking plans to extend the working week to 69 hours, after younger workers raised concerns about their work-life balance.
President Yoon Suk-yeol instructed his government to reconsider plans to revise the current 52-hour cap and “communicate better with the public, especially with Generation Z and millennials,” press secretary Kim Eun-hye said on Tuesday.
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