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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> London's Green MEP Warns Long Hours May Cost Londons Workforce Its Health
عدد مرات القراءة 42552006-01-06

LONDON’S GREEN MEP WARNS LONG HOURS MAY COST LONDON’S WORKFORCE ITS HEALTH

As the latest TUC report reveals that Londoners work the longest hours
in the UK Jean Lambert, London’s Green MEP has called for better
regulations to ensure our working lives do not cost us our health.

Londoners put in more than 8 hours unpaid overtime every week and with
long hours contributing to ill health, such as high blood pressure and
diabetes, it is essential that this is prevented. Last year a major
survey on the relationship between overtime and work place injuries
found that those who work extra hours are 61% more likely to be injured
on the job than those who do not.

Jean Lambert believes tighter regulations would promote a happier, more
secure workforce across the UK; “Long working hours are costly for the
individual and the employer because of illness and time off.
Self-reported work-related stress, depression or anxiety is currently
costing Britain nearly thirteen million reported lost working days a year.

“People deserve fair pay for the work they do and should not have to
work unhealthy, long hours simply to make ends meet. Currently in the UK
employees can sign an agreement to work longer hours but research has
proven that this is often exploited, as clearly shown in the TUC’s
findings. By removing the opt-out from UK working time rules, we can
create a happier, more efficient work force through reduced turnover,
time off and work related injury.”






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