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Hungarian MPs forcibly removed from offices of state-run TV station
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NZ company says four-day work week trial a success
A New Zealand company which trialled a four-day work week said the experiment was a success with staff registering a big bump in work-life balance while productivity remained level.
French MPs back controversial Macron rail reform
The legislation turns the SNCF into a joint-stock company, will phase out its domestic passenger monopoly from 2020 and put an end to generous benefits and pensions for future employees.
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