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Remote workers and the 48-hour week Publication date: 17.09.2020
Article database » Working time » 48 hour week
One of your remote workers hasn’t entered into an opt-out agreement. Which of you is legally responsible for ensuring that there’s no breach of the maximum 48-hour working week rule?
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Employment contracts and opt-out agreements Publication date: 23.02.2017
Article database » Contracts » Contracts
Provided they’ve agreed to opt out, your employees may exceed the average weekly working limit of 48 hours per week. Can you automatically include an opt-out provision in your employment contracts?
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Commuting and working time calculations Publication date: 29.11.2016
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Apparently, over 3.7 million UK employees undertake a daily commute of two hours or more. Must you take excessive travelling time into account when calculating an employee’s weekly working time?
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Overtime - it’s subject to an opt-out! Publication date: 21.02.2012
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In a recent case, the employer refused to grant an employee overtime because he wouldn’t sign an opt-out agreement. Is such a rule acceptable?
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Second jobs - the health and safety implications Publication date: 07.10.2011
Article database » Part-time working » Part-timers
If an employee has some form of secondary employment, for example part-time work at weekends, you will probably have some concerns, particularly around health and safety. But what, if anything, can you do about them?
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Q&A - who keeps tabs on their 48 hours? Publication date: 20.06.2011
Article database » Part-time working » Part-timers rights
Q&A - who keeps tabs on their 48 hours?.. Q. One of our full-timers works 35 hours per week. We are also aware that they have a part-time job. As it doesn’t interfere with their role here, we’ve no objection to this additional employment. However, we wanted to know which of the two employers is legally responsible for ensuring that this individual...
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Taking holiday to work elsewhere Publication date: 01.12.2009
Article database » Time off » Time off work
An employee has been taking holiday, often at short notice and you’ve now found evidence that suggests they are doing this due to a second job. That’s not a problem in itself, but what should you do before they can continue?
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Still safe to opt-out? Publication date: 05.06.2009
Article database » Working time » 48 hour week
For the last few years, the UK’s right to opt-out of the 48-hour working week has been under serious threat and looked set to go. So what’s the latest decision?
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Rise of the second jobber Publication date: 18.09.2008
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Rise of the second jobber.. Second jobs. Staff take on second jobs for many reasons. For some, it helps pay the bills and for others, it’s a way of affording a luxury holiday or the latest electronic gadget. According to new research, the numbers of workers with two jobs is increasing. Tighter finances. Research undertaken by www.peopleperhour.com...
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