Time to take account of work, rest and play

Aikin, Olga
January 1997
People Management;1/23/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p47
Discusses the impact on British employers of the European Court of Justice's working time directive. Exceptions; Basic rules; Derogations; British Department of Trade and Industry's proposals for legislation. INSETS: Temporary workers (definition).;Emanation of the state (definition).;Night workers (definition)..


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