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Amazing! Progressive Work Laws In These Countries That India Should Adopt

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Amazing! Progressive Work Laws In These Countries That India Should Adopt

Amazing! Progressive Work Laws In These Countries That India Should Adopt

In today world balancing private and social lives is a hard task for hardworking employees, especially when the rules aren't too flexible.

A study published in the South Asian Journal of Global Business Research, According to this the multinational and private firms across the India have provided work from home and adaptable hour’s options but the entire reality is different. 

India has worked around introducing adaptable and flexible work policies. For instance, Mumbai media firm called Culture Machine announced that its 75 women employees could take leave at their first day of a period. The period left took whole country attention.

But in reality, we all count the days like…Monday…Tuesday until the weekend. It can be on Saturday or Sunday. For us, Monday is a rude shock.

While we still have a long way to go in improving work laws, here are some mind blowing rules in 7 countries that India can learn a lot from:

1. National Law Of Reading In UAE:
Yes! UAE has taken the initiative to apply a National Law Of Reading during work. This new rule of UAE allows government staff time to read at work. By this employees get to relax and catch up with their reading for a couple of hours. Amazing Law and a huge boon for bookworms! 


Amazing! Progressive Work Laws In These Countries That India Should Adopt

2. Three Day Weekend in Netherlands:
By reading this law, you just have wished to pack your bags and move to Netherlands. Yes, it's right four-day workweek is a standard in the Netherlands, especially for working mothers.  Dutch laws allowed balancing in professional and personal life. They have stringent laws for all workers there are entitled to fully paid vacation days. People have also right to take maternity and paternity leave.

Amazing! Progressive Work Laws In These Countries That India Should Adopt

3. Compulsory Paid Vacation In Austria:
Austria is too amazing! When it comes to giving employees some quality time with family and friends. Employees in the Austria get 22 working days of paid vacation a year. If workers have 25 years, they get entitled to additional time off. This country also has a 13 paid holidays policy, and employees who work on these days are double paid.

Amazing! Progressive Work Laws In These Countries That India Should Adopt

4. “Right To Disconnect" Law In France:
French law “right to disconnect" ensures that employees are fairly paid for work, and stopping burnout by giving them enough private time. Since workplace emails is a major source of stress, banning it during off days makes employees more effective and relaxed. 

5. Travel Time Is Treated As Working Time In European:
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) two-years ago ruled that time taken to travel to and from work at the beginning and end of each day should count as working time. European Union's Working Time Directive main aim was to take care of the "health and safety" of workers.

Amazing! Progressive Work Laws In These Countries That India Should Adopt


6. Workers Won't Be Fired In Portugal:
Come hell or high water, employees can’t fire in Portugal. According to the labor laws, end period is not fixed. Only if the worker gets a decent resignation package and is full can the head decide to lift him off the seat. 

Amazing! Progressive Work Laws In These Countries That India Should Adopt

7. Compulsory Nap Time During Work hours In Japan

In Japan, for better work performance, many companies are encouraging employees to sleep on the job. While in sleep on the job is frowned upon in many countries but in Japan, it's seen as a sign of attentiveness and hard work.
Amazing! Progressive Work Laws In These Countries That India Should Adopt