Qatar begins year-long experiment with five-day week

Coleman, Gina
November 1999
Middle East;Nov99, Issue 295, p39
Reports the one-year experiment for a five-day working week on government departments and ministries in Qatar. Departments exempted from the experiment; Survey on the reactions of employees conducted by the Qatar Central Bank; Implications of closing on Thursdays and Fridays; Views of the private sectors; Effects on schools and leisure industry.


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