working week

working week
working week UK US noun [C, usually singular] UK (US workweek)
HR, WORKPLACE the number of hours or days that people spend at work in a period of a week: »

Small businesses lose 12 working weeks a year dealing with unnecessary rules and regulations.

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the typical five-day working week

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My working week runs from Saturday to Wednesday.

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a 35-/40-/48-hour working week

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a normal/standard/average working week

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Over 40% of those interviewed admitted to missing lunch regularly during the working week.

an increase/reduction/cut in the working week »

Workers on the shop floor are resisting an increase in the working week from 30 to 35 hours.

reduce/cut/limit the working week »

The European Working Time Directive aims to limit the working week to 48 hours.

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The average workweek rose to nearly 42 hours as many manufacturers pushed production to full capacity.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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