Unpaid Work in the Workplace
A comparison of Germany and the UK
David N.F. Bell, Alessandro Gaj, Robert A, Hart, Olaf Hübler and Wolfgang Schwerdt
There is a widespread belief that British workers spend more time at work than their Continental counterparts. This study confirmed the belief at least for comparisons between Germany and the UK. The research concentrated on unpaid overtime which is an important phenomenon in the UK, where there are approximately as many unpaid overtime hours worked as there are paid overtime hours.
June 2000, ISBN 1-900834-22-7, £12.00
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