Long-lunching, late-working Spain mulls changing times

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Long-lunching, late-working Spain mulls changing times
Long-lunching, late-working Spain mulls changing times (via AFP)

Spanish lawmakers want to shift the country back a time zone and impose more healthy, family-friendly working hours: a tricky job in a land known for siestas and late-night partying. A typical Spaniard’s working day? “Start at 9:00 am, stop at 2:00…

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