July 4, 2022

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Quebec Solitaire promises a four-week holiday for workers

Quebec Solitaire during its National Council meeting on Saturday promised to double the number of working weeks per year for workers.

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“It’s time for us to move away from the old view of the economy that we thought prosperous because of employee fatigue.

Studies show that leisure has a positive effect on productivity. “According to a 2014 study, for every 10 hours of vacation employees take, their efficiency increases by 8%. This action should have a positive impact on non-attendance and attendance rates,” Quebec Solitaire said in a statement.

The political party has promised to give all workers at least 4 weeks of vacation a year after one year of retirement.

“The burning of workers in Quebec society is horrendous, and it is very costly for businesses: $ 3.5 billion a year,” he lamented. Matthew Dufour, an economist and professor at the University of Quebec, is the candidate for unity in Hull.

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