Lodge, Nevile Sidney, 1918-1989 :We've been going into the idea of staggering working hours and in the case of this department we suggest working a full 40 hours a week - you should all find it pretty staggering! Evening Post, 29 May 1975.
Reference Number: B-134-740
Shows an office full of staff who are all standing around drinking coffee and talking. A man has walked into the room with a newspaper article and announces that everyone will have to start working a full 40 hour week. Refers to a suggestion by Wellington City Council to stagger working hours in an attempt to ease traffic congestion.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to The Evening Post (Newspaper. 1865-2002), Nevile Sidney Lodge, New Zealand Cartoon Archive. Lodge Laughs at Wellington [Book title] 2004., Lodge Laughs at Wellington - Celebrating the life and works of cartoonist Nevile Lodge (Exhibition title) 2004., Wellington City Council, Wellington City, Hours of labour - Law and legislation, Traffic congestion and Offices.
Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Cartoons for the Evening Post, 1975], Reference Number B-134-739/788 (4 digitised items)
Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988], Reference Number B-133/138 (242 digitised items)
Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Ink on paper 255 x 325 mm. Single art work
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