Working Time and Breaks

Posted in : Reddy Made Contracts on 7 December 2022
Siobhán Lafferty
Reddy Charlton LLP
Issues covered: Working Time

With the festive season now in full swing, many employers, particularly in the retail and hospitality industry will have seasonal workers in to help with the additional workload that this time of year brings in. On the other hand, there are employers who are embracing a hybrid working model with employees split between the workplace and working remotely.  Whether employees are working for a few months over Christmas, or are full-time employees working remotely, it is still important for employers to be aware of their obligations with respect to rest breaks for employees.

What are the rules on rest breaks for employees?

The rules for rest periods for employees can be found in the

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Siobhán Lafferty
Reddy Charlton LLP

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