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Search results: 14 article(s) found in topic: Part-time working - keyword: Part-timers rights

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PART TIMERS

Do part timers have fewer rights?

A colleague claims that it would be far better to employ part-time employees rather than full timers because, not only do they cost you less overall, they have far fewer employment rights. True or false? More...

MATERNITY RIGHTS

Maternity returners: must you agree to part-time?

An employee is insisting that she has the automatic right to return to part-time hours following her maternity leave which ends in a few weeks’ time. Is this true or can you dig your heels in and refuse? More...

PART-TIME WORKING

who is a “comparable full-time employee”?

WORKING TIME

Q&A - who keeps tabs on their 48 hours?

PART-TIMERS

The advantages of employing (uni) students

PART-TIMERS

Change a part-timer’s days and risk sex discrimination

You asked a female part-timer with children to change her working days although this caused no actual difference to her total working hours. She’s now saying this amounts to sex discrimination. Does she have a case? More...

HOLIDAY

Q&A - bank holidays and part-timers

PART-TIME WORKERS

Q&A - how many hours count as part-time?

PART-TIMERS

More rights for part-timers

Following principles laid down by the House of Lords, the first tribunal decision on the rights of part-time workers to benefits has now been made. What was the finding and how should you approach this tricky issue in future? More...

NEWS - PART-TIME WORKERS

Pro-rata leave for part-timers?

You probably assume that part-time workers are entitled to pro-rata bank and public holidays off in lieu. But following a new case, is this assumption correct? More...
Last updated: 07.12.2018

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