The following Employment precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[Working time—example 1
You agree that your average weekly working time may exceed 48 hours and accordingly you 'opt out' of the limit on working time set down by the Working Time Regulations 1998. You may elect to end this 'opt-out' at any time by giving us not less than [seven days' OR three months'] written notice.
Working time—example 2
[Your average weekly working time will be determined over [successive 17-week reference periods starting from [[insert date] OR the Commencement Date] OR standard successive 17-week reference periods (each a 'Standard Reference Period') from 1 January to 29 April, 30 April to 26 August and 27 August to 23 December in each year[ (or as notified to you in writing from time to time)]].]
[During the period from 24 December to 31 December, the reference period on any day will be the previous period of 17 weeks.]
[Until you have been employed for 17 weeks, we will average your working time over the period since your employment commenced OR Until you have been employed for a full Standard Reference Period, we will average your working time over the previous 17 weeks' employment].
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