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Work rules differ from one country to another, but they gather around the need to commit to going to work early and completing the tasks required of all workers, but some of the rules are strange, which we monitor in this report, according to the website read.
The strangest rules of work in the world
Wearing a funny hat causes a salary deduction in New Zealand
Wearing a funny hat while working in New Zealand causes a 10% deduction from the employee’s monthly salary, as it is a violation of the dress code.
Waist circumference measurement in Japan
Japanese employers must measure the waist circumference of everyone between the ages of 40 and 75, in an effort to curb the rise in obesity.Metabo which stipulates setting a waist limit (33.5 inches for men and 35.4 inches for women) for all employees within the aforementioned age group, and those whose waist circumference exceeds the permissible limit, is required to follow a diet to lose weight in order to encourage a healthy diet.
It is illegal to work overtime
Working overtime is considered illegal, according to the German Ministry of Labor, which has set working hours from 9 am to 5 pm. The ministry also prevents its managers from communicating with employees outside working hours; Unless it is an emergency, similarly, employees in France are legally required to stay away from out of work emails..
It is forbidden to fire employees in India without government permission
Indian companies with more than 100 employees cannot fire employees without permission from the government, and employers in India have to follow strict rules when it comes to firing their employees..
Napping allowed in Japan
Japanese employers encourage napping at work, to encourage them to master the work.
Another picture of employees at work
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