According to a two-day poll commissioned by the Korea Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) from March 30 to April 2 among 1,000 men and women aged 18 to 59 nationwide, 66.0% said they were opposed to the idea of promoting a 69-hour maximum workweek. Only 29.6% said they were in favor.

When it comes to expanding overtime to include more than 52 hours per week, 60.5 percent of respondents were unfavorable, with 47.4 percent saying they were very unfavorable. Only 36.2% were in favor. When asked if they believe that labor and management can make decisions on equal footing in the process of introducing working hours, such as expanding overtime, 71.8% of respondents said no, while 19.3% said yes.

When asked about the impact on work-life balance of the expansion of flexible work arrangements where working hours can be adjusted through labor-management agreements, 61.1% said it would be positive. 33.2 percent said it would be negative.

Regarding the "job performance wage system," which the Yoon administration is pushing to introduce first in public institutions, 60.4 percent believe it will not help close the wage gap. Only 27.7% thought it would help.

Finally, 67.1 percent said that the Yoon administration's labor policies are "not doing a good job". Of those, 55.1% said it was doing a very poor job. Only 30.5 percent said it was doing a good job.

Commenting on the results of the poll, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) said, "It seems that a large part of the public has a negative perception of the government's policies, as the government has unilaterally promoted labor policies without a social consensus process while excluding workers and trade unions."

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1. The 30% must be unemployed people

2. Anyone who was in favor, get out

3. Don't ask people who don't work, retirees, and executives, f*ck

4. The 36% of people in favor must be retired oldies or jobless people

5. The 30% looks like retired people thoughㅎ

6. 30% were in favor? You guys work your 69 hours then

7. Let's go with 35 work hours a week instead

8. The 30% should work for the share of the people who oppose f*ckㅠㅠ

9. Even unemployed people would vote against... who was in favor of this?

10. No but we started with 40 hours a week and we were supposed to bring it down but now they are going around with 69 hours a week

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