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headlines found matching 'Working time'
Wed November 16, 2022
(NPR)
 
 
 
Results of 4-day workweek trial in the UK prove that 86% of companies are willing to lie to researchers
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Sat November 12, 2022
(Yahoo)
 
 
 
Before the Supreme Court rules they can't regulate labor practices anymore, the Department of Labor finds 31 kids working in an Upton Sinclair nightmare
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Mon October 24, 2022
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Plano, TX, leads the rankings of best cities for remote work. Probably not too good for Farkers, though, because the nightlife would be too crazy for them
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Tue October 04, 2022
(Indy100)
 
 
 
Bloody wankers
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Fri September 30, 2022
(New Delhi TV)
 
 
 
And it is glorious
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Fri September 23, 2022
(Vox)
 
 
 
And here's today's 'Obvious headline of the day'
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Mon September 12, 2022
(NYPost)
 
 
 
Welcome back to five days in the office Goldman-Sachs serfs. We promise to make this return as comfortable as possible. Yeah, yeah ... HEY, where's the cart with free coffee? PSYCH [evil laugh]
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Thu August 04, 2022
(CNN)
 
 
 
The 4-day workweek trial in the UK has been a dismal failure...what's that...oh, a smashing success. Carry on, then
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