No company can force an employee to work 7 days a week and any company that tried would soon find itself losing a labour court case.
I don't think it's even legal to make people work 7 days a week unless they're on umowa zlecenie?
In that case they acted against Polish labour law anyway.
In supermarkets they have days off as well.
Well, guys, it wasn't me who wrote this in that article:
On one side, people working in shopping malls often work a dozen hours or so a day 7 days a week
There is the law, of course, but I guess as the example of Biedronka shows laws can be broken:
Do not enslave us!
Labor law in western Europe is similar to ours. With one difference: there is observed, while in Poland isn't. It is difficult to accept, especially since the labor law violations occurring in Western companies, even in the Portuguese network Ladybug, which is headed by Pedro da Silva. They treat us like once their overseas colonies. Enough!
Yes. And I also asked HR people from companies that work Sundays: more than a few have lottery systems for allocating Sunday hours due to more staff wanting the hours than there being hours to work.
Well, then I guess Polish MPs yet again have no idea what is the reality on the ground.
On the other hand I know families in which one parent is free on weekends and the other gets free days during the week and they have no time for each other and have a hard time going somewhere for a weekend.