Maximum working hours
The maximum number of working hours a worker is required to undertake per week should, in normal circumstances, not exceed 48 hours. This requirement
In addition to normal working hours, employers may require their staff to work compulsory overtime. Unlike ‘voluntary’ overtime, compulsory overtime i
Non-productive overtime is overtime that is spent in the workplace but that is not engaged in activities that are profitable for the business. For exa
Occasionally, employers may require staff to work in addition to their contracted working hours – commonly known as overtime. This provision should be
Part time workers
Many employees work Monday to Friday from 9am until 5pm, but there are also millions of individuals across the UK who also work part-time.
Companies can add several hours to a working day by allowing their staff to work staggered hours. This is where some employees have different starting
If your business has a shortage of work, you may want to pursue an option to stop employees attending.
This is particularly important at the moment d
Why Working From Home is Good for Businesses
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the face of the working world. With people being instructed to stay at home where possible, many jobs have moved
Changing an Employees' Working Hours
From time to time, you may need to make changes to a member of staff’s contract. Going about doing so is often a confusing issue for employers.
Working Time Regulations UK
Working Time Regulations (sometimes abbreviated to WTR) and holiday allowances can prove confusing. They are one of the key areas of business manageme
Staggered working hours due to coronavirus
As businesses start to reopen after the UK government’s lockdown measures, you may now be thinking about the best approach for returning your employee
What is Flexible Furlough?
The UK government’s Job Retention Scheme will continue to change over the summer 2020 months. With lockdown measures lifting, you can expect to bring