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Balkans

SUPPORT OF THE TRADE UNIONS 28. 10. 2019.   >>  18:06 0

SUPPORT OF THE TRADE UNIONS

BiH wants a non-working Sunday as in Montenegro

Montenegro has decided to abolish working Sundays, and the move is also being discussed these days in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).

President of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bosnia and HerzegovinaSelvedinSatorovic told the Avaz that they are in favor of the non-working Sunday, because sale workers have the lowest earnings in BiH.

"Their working week often last more than 40hours while overtime is rarely paid. We think we should also have non-working Sundays and holydays. Unfortunately, we are not progressing regarding the issue.",Satorovic says. 

 Adnan Smailbegovic, president of the BiH Employers Association, told Avaz that such laws and decisions should be dictated by the market.

"Some merchants benefit of working Sunday, some don’t. Those working on Sunday have the obligation to pay their workers additionally. The inspection has to control it, naturally, but the market would regulate it by itself. ", Smailbegovic says.

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