Working Time Regulations
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Working Time Regulations a negotiator"s guide. by UNISON.

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Published by UNISON in London .
Written in English

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CD/98/9867 stock no. 1575.

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Pagination40p. ;
Number of Pages40
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Open LibraryOL18126229M

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Employers must always keep records for workers who are paid by the hour for payroll and tax purposes. The Working Time Regulations (WTR) also impose some specific record-keeping duties on your employer. Under the WTR, employers must keep adequate records to show that certain specific limits are being complied with. These are: The weekly working time limit – although. The purpose of the working time provisions in the Act is to ensure that the working hour time do not effect you or your family in an unnecessary unhealthy way or leads to social strains. According to the Working Acts legislative intent provision in section the aim is to ensure a working environment providing a healthy and meaningful work. These Regulations implement Council Directive 93//EC concerning certain aspects of the organization of working time (O.J. No. L, , p) and provisions concerning working time in Council Directive 94/33/EC on the protection of young people at work (O.J. No. L, , p). The provisions in the latter Directive which are implemented relate only to adolescents (those aged. ORGANISATION OF WORKING TIME [S.L 1 SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION ORGANISATION OF WORKING TIME REGULATIONS 5th April, LEGAL NOTICE of , as amended by Legal Notices of , of , of and of 1. The title of these regulations is the Organisation ofCitation. Working Time Regulations. 2.

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