How other countries approach the working week

How other countries approach the working week

Everyone has thought about working abroad at some point, and each country has business practices that provide food for thought for firms looking to evolve and develop too.

For example, in China staff are encouraged to take longer lunches to keep their energy levels up, while in Denmark workers make sure they have at least six hours of leisure time worked into their daily routine.

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