No more naps: Spain's prime minister wants to end the siesta
April 4, 2016 - Uncategorized
Break time is over, folks
Spain’s prime minister is proposing to end the Spanish siesta, the three-hour break in the middle of the workday, in an effort to send workers home at 6 p.m. instead of 8 p.m.
Mariano Rajoy, leader of Spain’s caretaker center-right government, announced his plans at a party conference over the weekend, The Independent reported. The move is largely intended to align the country with its European counterparts, increase productivity and put an end to scheduling conflicts
Rajoy vowed to work with labor unions and legislators in order to find a way to push the plan through Read more…