Traducción de workweek en Español:


semana laborable, n.

Pronunciación /ˈwərkˌwik//ˈwəːkwiːk/



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    semana laborable femenino
    semana de trabajo femenino
    • In this very tight job market, more and more employers are agreeing to reduced hour workweeks and more flexible work schedules.
    • Average manufacturing overtime increased in November to 4.4 hours and the workweek to 40.8 hours.
    • When others are putting in 60-hour workweeks, these clever souls have found ways to get out of the office early and often.
    • However, a campaign promise to further reduce the workweek to 35 hours was never implemented.
    • Workers, many of them immigrants, say they received only $75 in wages for 60-and 70-hour workweeks.
    • Even those at the top were not immune to the stress created by 70-hour workweeks.
    • She was enjoying the life she had and had no interest in going back to 55-hour workweeks.
    • The small print on one flier noted that a one-year contract was based on a six-day workweek, 12 hours per day.
    • Thus, it was not uncommon for me to work consecutive 60-hour workweeks.
    • South Korea is one of the world's only industrialized nations to still have a six-day workweek.
    • And Murphy, who typically puts in 80-to 100-hour workweeks, says more spin-offs are in the works.
    • German Railways, similarly, plans to increase its standard workweek from 38 hours to 42.
    • I've been doing more of this lately - the workweek now starts Saturday evening and goes straight through to Friday morning.
    • Although he also likes to fish, camp and play softball, finding time in a six-day workweek to do any of that is a real challenge.
    • Previously, a special permit was required if the mandatory workweek exceeded 48 hours.
    • Think of all you do before you figure the hours of your workweek.
    • The average workweek shrank to 36.6 hours from 36.7 in June.
    • ‘You hear about chefs putting in 80-hour workweeks,’ he says.
    • This could mean more flexible schedules, a compressed workweek or a part-time working schedule.
    • The state of Bavaria has extended the workweek to 42 hours from 40.