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WORKING TIME

Employment contracts and opt-out agreements

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? More...

WORKING TIME

Commuting and working time calculations

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? More...

WORKING TIME REGULATIONS

Overtime - it’s subject to an opt-out!

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? More...

WORKING TIME

Second jobs - the health and safety implications

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? More...

WORKING TIME

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

MOONLIGHTING

Taking holiday to work elsewhere

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? More...

WORKING TIME

Still safe to opt-out?

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? More...

MOONLIGHTING

Rise of the second jobber

Last updated: 12.12.2018

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