This article conducts a comprehensive comparative analysis of working time regulations in the European Union (EU) and Uzbekistan. It explores the legal frameworks governing working hours, rest periods, and annual leave in these two jurisdictions, highlighting both similarities and differences. Through a critical examination of the implications for employees' well-being, health, and work-life balance, the article underscores the importance of robust working time regulations. Additionally, it provides insights into the potential benefits of aligning Uzbekistan's working time regulations with EU standards, emphasizing the significance of harmonizing labor practices in the global context.
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