Russia (bbabo.net), - Due to the transfer of holidays in March, Russians are waiting for a six-day work week. Tatyana Nechaeva, a lawyer, spoke about this in an interview with RIA Novosti.
In addition, February 23 this year is a non-working holiday, and February 22 is a shortened pre-holiday day.
According to the specialist, changes in the production calendar contribute to the rational use of weekends and non-working days by employees.
"Therefore, in March we are waiting for a shock six-day working week - from February 28 to March 5 (a working Saturday, but a pre-holiday day, we work one hour less)," Nechaeva specified.
After a long working week, the Russians will rest for three days - from 6 to 8 March.