Working hours under scrutiny

Goddard, Charlotte
November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p11
Discusses implications of the legal restrictions on working hours on the exhibition industry where long hours are the norm. Clauses that have led to complaints of vagueness from industry; How the British Exhibition Contractors Association has acted to ensure members are up to speed on the regulations; Impact of the removal of transport workers' exemptions on logistics firms.


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