This contract clause outlines the requirement for employees to work overtime and details the payment for this.
This letter can be sent to an employee undertaking secondary employment asking them to provide specific details of this to ensure they are not working more than 48 hours per week, which would be in breach of the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997.
Employees can use this form to declare they are receiving the correct rest breaks during their working hours, as set out in the Organisation of Working Time Act, 1997.
Employees can use this sheet to record the number of hours worked per day.
This policy clarifies the organisation's approach to on-call working, explaining the rights and responsibilities of employees who are on call.
This policy covers the Company's position on time off or change of work patterns for attending or watching sporting or special events, including the application procedure.
This policy states that employees wishing to temporarily reduce their working hours should request this in writing, and that the Company will endeavour to accommodate such requests where practicable.
The purpose of this policy is to set out the organisation’s approach to working hours, including information on daily hours, rest breaks, weekly hours, night work, annual leave, double employment, timekeeping and record keeping.
This contract clause can be used where a flexi hours system is in operation, or where a changeable rota system is used.
This letter can be used by an employee to make a statutory request to be placed in a band of hours. The letter allows the employee to include the average hours they have worked and to indicate which band they should be placed in.
This letter can be used to reply to an employee's request to be placed in a band of hours where the request has been granted. The letter can be used to state whether this is a permanent or temporary change to contractual terms.
This letter can be used to reply to an employee's request to be placed in a band of hours where the request has been declined, outlining the business reason for not approving the request.
This ‘Right to Disconnect’ company policy which includes best practice guidance around wellbeing, working hours, the use of technology and more.
This lists several model clauses for the 'right to disconnect'.