From now on, businesses will operate in Greece on Sunday, as they do in the rest of Europe and mainly in the Mediterranean countries.
These additional industries are listed:
postal services (courier),
enterprises for the production of sanitary ware or nursing supplies, production, storage, transport and distribution of medicines and paramedical equipment,
supply chain operations (“logistics”), in particular the receipt, storage, collection and distribution of goods, as well as the repair and maintenance of forklifts and hoists;
shared service centers of business groups, in particular in the fields of accounting, human resources, payroll, computers, regulatory compliance, procurement and others,
call center service and customer support companies,
data centers and computer group business centers in general,
paper file digitization companies,
companies for the production of ready-mixed concrete and quarries, mining and mining activities.
This legislative initiative, as explained by competent government sources, is done on the one hand to serve the needs of society, and on the other hand to combat undeclared work, as in many cases companies are forced to operate on Sundays without being able to officially have their employees at work. .