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Great Britain : number one for unpaid overtime

According to the TUC trade union, near 5 million British employees work 7 overtime hours per week, the equivalent of a day, without being paid. The TUC takes these numbers from a governmental report. In 2005, these 36 millions unpaid overtime hours amounted to a 23 billion Pounds (34 billion Euros) loss of income for employees. (Ref 0633)

Through . Published on 16 January 2006 à 7h35 - Update on 17 March 2013 à 18h49

Besides this, one third of employees did not take all their paid holidays last year, fearing to be late in their work.…

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