The Working Time Regulations 1998 apply, with exemptions, to all workers, ie not only employees but also individuals who contract to perform work personally for an employer. Who Do the Working Time Regulations Apply To?
A worker’s working time must not exceed 48 hours per week on average, including overtime, unless the worker has signed an opt-out agreement. The 48-Hour Weekly Maximum
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