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Amendment on the Working Hours Regulation

Amendment on the Working Hours Regulation

With the Official Gazette dated 27.02.2021 and numbered 31550, an amendment was made on the regulation regarding the working hours which cannot be distributed to weekdays.

Accordingly, Article 6-a of the mentioned regulation has been amended as the below;

The daily working hours cannot exceed 11 hours, and the night work cannot exceed 7.5 hours. The daily working hours cannot exceed 9 hours for the individuals using heavy vehicles with professional licenses, but that period can exceed 10 hours twice a week.

You can reach the related Law via the link. (In Turkish).

Should you have any queries or need further details, please contact your customer representative.

Written by Erdoğdu Onur Erol, Posted in Social Security Law and Legislation, Labor Law

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