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This workforce Agreement is made on [date]
[Insert name of company] [of OR whose registered office is at] [insert address] company registration number [enter number] (the ‘Employer'); and
the Workforce Representatives.
This Agreement applies to Relevant Employees;
The Workforce Representatives have been Duly Elected to represent the Relevant Employees;
The Employer and the Workforce Representatives enter this Agreement for the purposes of the Regulations and to modify or exclude the application of the Regulations in relation to [enter summary of ambit of agreement];
This Agreement will have effect from the Start Date subject to satisfaction of the signature conditions set out in clause 2;
Before the Sign-up Date, the Employer provided all Relevant Employees with copies of the text of this Agreement and a summary explaining its implications.
the parties agree as follows:
In this Agreement:
has the meaning assigned by Schedule 1 paragraphs 2 and 3 of the Regulations;
means the Working Time Regulations 1998;
means all workers employed by the Employer from time to time working [enter details, eg in the Accounts Department, on the night shift] other than Unionised Employees;
means [[insert date] OR the date on which this Agreement was first made available for signature];
means [insert date];
means those workers employed by the Employer whose terms and conditions of employment
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