Translation for 'working hours' from English to Russian
время {с} работыworking hours {pl}
рабочее время {с}working hours {pl}
Partial Matches
часами {adv}for hours
часы {мн} пикrush hours
четырёхчасовой {adj} <4-часовой> [длящийся четыре часа]of four hours [postpos.]
работоспособность {ж} [производительность](working) efficiency
старательный {adj} [усердный]hard-working
рабочий день {м}
working day
металлообработка {ж}
metal working
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Usage Examples English
  • Pre-industrial society was very static and often cruel—child labour, dirty living conditions, and long working hours were just as prevalent before the Industrial Revolution.
  • Although the conditions were ripe for industrial unrest—Communist influence in the union movement was then at its peak, and the right-wing faction in Cabinet was openly agitating for a showdown with the unions—the combination of strong economic growth and Holt's enlightened approach to industrial relations saw the number of working hours lost to strikes fall dramatically, from over two million in 1949 to just 439,000 in 1958.
  • In the 1970s, the wages of East Berliners rose and working hours fell.
  • Deforestation reduces safe working hours for millions of people in the tropics, especially for those performing heavy labour outdoors.
  • In April 2021, EY's second-year auditor staff in their Barcelona office sent an email to their line managers to complain about the long hours that they had to work, which were sometimes reaching 84 working hours per week.

  • Examples include shorter-than-average working hours, higher wages, and compliance with health and safety standards above the national average.
  • Loss of working hours will be vast during cleanup, but even after the radiation levels reduce to an acceptable level, there might be residual public fear of the site including possible unwillingness to conduct business as usual in the area.
  • The working hours and the amount of work were regulated.
  • In the United States and Canada, these regulations are known as hours of service, and in the European Union as drivers working hours.
  • BDA asserts that Wells Fargo should have detected the suspicious SWIFT messages, which were placed outside of normal BDA working hours and were of an unusual size.

  • Indicators of agro-terrorism at a food processing plant may include persons taking notes or photos of a business, theft of employee uniforms, employees changing working hours, or persons attempting to gain information about security measures and personnel.
  • He created the profession's first centralized training program and believed in training during normal working hours.
  • He wanted shorter working hours and longer holidays for all.
  • The Adaptation of Working Hours Act gave employees “the right to request the shortening or lengthening of their working hours.” One of the aims of the law was to promote the combination of work and care duties for both men and women.
  • The Catholics studied the Swiss Factory Act of 1877, which limited working hours for everyone and provided maternity benefits, and German laws that insured workers against industrial risks inherent in the workplace.

  • He calls for reform of economic roles, organizations and institutions in order to include a wider population and hence narrow the increasing inequality gap by questioning the social hegemony of high-profile workers, and intervening with redistribution of earnings, working hours and social identity on behalf of middle class workers.
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