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Working Time Report Germany 2016 - Results at a glance

On average, full-time employees in Germany work nearly five hours longer per week than contractually agreed. Almost half of the employees would like to reduce their working hours. Those who have predictable working hours and control over their working hours are often healthier and have a better work-life balance. These are the results of the first BAuA working time report based on a representative national survey.

English translation. German original version available: doi:10.21934/baua:berichtkompakt20170508

Bibliographic information

Working Time Report Germany 2016 - Results at a glance. 
in: baua: Report brief, 1. edition. Dortmund: Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitsmedizin 2018. pages 3, Project number: F 2398, PDF file, DOI: 10.21934/baua:reportbrief20180213

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Research Project

Project numberF 2398 StatusCompleted Project Working time reporting for Germany: Analysis, scientific preparation/utilization and continuation

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