Current Affairs
Overtime budget measure could prove to be more attractive to workers: Tony Zahra

The President of the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association, Tony Zahra said that the budget addressed the environment, which was positive for tourism.

Regarding overtime, Zahra said that this could prove more attractive to workers.

He said that the budget had not spoken about the private accommodation.

Watch Tony Zahra’s comment here:

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