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The World Cup or the work? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-6-13 15:26:50 |Display all floors
Quite a lot of  soccer fans now stay up all night to watch the World Cup, which is bound to affect the work the next day. Then how to handle the game watching and work in the daytime becomes headache for the fans. Do you know how to deal with this problem both at home and abroad?

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Post time 2010-6-13 15:34:53 |Display all floors
In China:

As many stay up late watching the World Cup in China, it was reported that many domestic enterprises begin to delay the work for an hour as privilege to enable employees to enjoy the World Cup.
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Post time 2010-6-13 15:56:33 |Display all floors
In the U.K.:

Due to the economic downturn, the British fans find it not easy to see the live broadcast of the World Cup. An interesting finding is: compared to the last World Cup during which a third of employers believe that emplyoyees should work as usual, more than half of employers promise that they will not make any concessions. British unions put forward a suggestion that  workers be allowed to watch the England matches during work hours.

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Post time 2010-6-13 16:01:49 |Display all floors
Originally posted by mollyshan at 2010-6-13 15:56
In the U.K.:

Due to the economic downturn, the British fans find it not easy to see the live broadcast of the World Cup. An interesting finding is: compared to the last World Cup during which a  ...


Well,
the newly unemployed, do have it easy to watch. ^^
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Post time 2010-6-13 16:21:35 |Display all floors
In Denmark:

Most of the Danish company's employees are not alowed to watch the World Cup during working hours even the first match of the Danish team. A survey shows that one out of  five employees will ask for leave to go home to watch the match.

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