Why Don’t We Have These For Our Jobs in the U.S.
Get ready to want to work for another country when you read some of these work perks.
1. In Europe, you can refuse to work more than 48 hours a week. Your boss can't schedule you for more than 48 hours a week unless you say it's okay. That means he doesn't have to pay you either.
2. In Japan they have "Inemuri" literally means "sleeping on duty." That's right, they take the art of sleeping at work as diligence because you rather stay at the job rather than go home.
3. France passed a law that says you can ignore work emails when you're not on the clock. It's called your "right to disconnect," and it's supposed to reduce stress.
4. This one is a little strange. It might be an HR issue here in America. In Finland, a lot of "meetings" happen in saunas. You might like your co-workers but do you really want to see them in just a towel?
What do you think? Should America adopt a few of these? Tell us in the comment section below.