Hours by arrangement

Walsh, Mary; Exten-Wright, Jonathan
November 2002
Cabinet Maker;11/8/2002, Issue 5312, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses the implications of flexible working hours for employers and employees in Great Britain in 2003. Enforcement of the Employment Act; Right of parents of children aged under six or of disabled children under 18 to work flexibly providing they have the qualifying length of service; Need for the employers to act promptly once a request for flexible working hours is received.


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