(1) Where a person becomes a shop worker or betting worker to whom section 40 applies, his employer shall, before the end of the period two months beginning with the day on which that person becomes such worker, give him a written statement in the prescribed form.
(a) an employer fails to comply with subsection (1) in relation to any shop worker or betting worker, and
(b) the shop worker or betting worker, on giving the employer an opting-out notice, becomes an opted-out shop worker or an opted-out betting worker,
section 41(3) has effect in relation to the shop worker or betting worker with the substitution for “three months” of “one month”.
(3) An employer shall not be regarded as failing to comply with subsection (1) in any case where, before the end of the period referred to that subsection, the shop worker or betting worker has given him an opting-out notice.
(4) Subject to
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