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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Rest periods and rest breaks clause
    Rest periods and rest breaks clauseUse our rest periods and rest breaks clause to confirm the minimum statutory entitlements to rest under the Working Time Regulations 1998. You need to ensure that staff working hours don't contravene these provisions.Daily and weekly rest periodsUnder the Working Time Regulations 1998, adult workers (i.e. those aged 18 and over) are entitled to a daily rest period of not less than eleven consecutive hours in each 24-hour period. Adult workers are also entitled to a weekly rest...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Shift work clause
    Shift work clauseAs we move towards a 24-hour a day culture, it will become more and more common for employees to undertake shift work. Shift workers don't usually have normal hours of work. Rather, they work hours according to a shift rota and these shifts can vary from day to day or week to week. In this scenario, you will need our shift work clause. Shifting work patternsNormally, shift workers work according to a shift rota. This might mean they work one particular shift one week and then a different shift...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - On-call work clause
    On-call work clauseIf you have workers who are required to be on call (usually overnight and at weekends to deal with workplace emergencies), use our on-call work clause to set out the contractual position, what's expected of the employee when on call and what payment they'll receive.Voluntary or contractual?Sometimes, on-call rotas are voluntary and people volunteer because of the extra money they'll earn, but at other times it's a contractual obligation to participate in on-call duties. In the latter case,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Hours of work, rest breaks and holidays
    Hours of work, rest breaks and holidaysAll these areas are covered by legislation known as the Working Time Directive (WTD). Make sure you know what the WTD says and that you keep proper records so as to avoid getting into problems and disputes with any of your employees.
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Working time regulations policy
    Working Time Regulations policyAdult workers cannot be forced to work for more than 48 hours a week on average, although they can voluntarily agree to work more than this. Our Working Time Regulations Policy statement aims to ensure that you comply with the law and obtain written opt-out agreements where appropriate.All work and no playYou can't force a worker to work for more than 48 hours a week on average. The average is calculated over a 17-week reference period. However, adult workers, which means those...
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