The Prosecutor General's Office warned employers

The Prosecutor General's Office warned employers

All work in open areas and rooms without air conditioning, in conditions of exceeding the air temperature of 41 degrees Celsius, is prohibited by law, the message of the Prosecutor General's Office. Decisions on suspending work or announcing breaks for cooling off by employees are made jointly by employers and trade unions. Breaks will be counted during working hours and fully paid for by the employer. In cases of work suspension and downtime, the employee must be paid 2/3 of his salary. If an employee is transferred to another low-paying job due to hot weather, then previous salary is retained.

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