China's new legistration regarding 5 working day weekly has been implemented for some years. Those who require employees to work have to compensate substantially. One thing though, this isn't really applied on Hong Kong employers here. As I know Hong Kong never implements such labor rights. For them a normal week consists of 6 working days. For some reason they can ignore the labor laws here and no one dare to say a word on it. But damn, I come back on Saturday and there is not much work for me. Street smart bosses don't come back. Or if a few come back they dont work. They are too busy to discuss where they are gonna having their luxurious lunches, what makeup they should gonna put on, and so on. I just come back and surf on web, wait till noon to call it a day, and go home.
I start to wonder if I should bring a gaming laptop on Saturday, game like hell and therefore drain their electricity like hell. Usual operating expense on Saturday, huh.
How many working days are there in the west for a typical week?