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Work-life balance: Germany only ranks fourth in Europe - what we can learn from the winners

Flexible working hours, home office and remote work: With the normalization of new forms of work - driven by the corona pandemic - a good work-life balance is more important than ever. Or to put it another way: the work-life balance is becoming increasingly important for employees. But where does Germany stand in comparison to other countries? The company Remote conducted a Europe-wide analysis to find out which European countries offer the best work-life balance. To do this, the company collected and evaluated the data on seven factors that influence work-life balance: • Statutory annual leave (consists of paid vacation days and statutory holidays) • Statutory minimum sick pay (as a percentage or wage of the lump sum) • Statutory maternity leave (number of paid weeks) • Rate of statutory maternity leave pay (as a percentage of wages) • Minimum wage • Healthcare system • Happiness Index (on a scale from one to ten)

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