Policy—Sunday working

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  • Policy—Sunday working

Policy—Sunday working

    1. 1

      Introduction

      1. 1.1

        The purpose of this policy is to explain the statutory rights in relation to Sunday [shop OR betting] work. The policy's contents satisfy the Company's obligations under the Employment Rights Act 1996, s 42.

      1. 1.2

        [If you were already employed by the Company as a [shop worker on 26 August 1994 OR betting worker on 3 January 1995], the date the law changed, different rules will apply to you. Please contact [the HR department] for further information about your rights.]

    1. 2

      Statutory rights

      1. 2.1

        [You have become employed as a shop worker and are or can be required under your contract of employment to do Sunday work.

      OR

      1. 2.2

        You have become employed under a contract of employment under which you are or can be required to do Sunday betting work, that is to say work:

        1. 2.2.1

          at a track on a Sunday on which the Company is taking bets at the track; or

        1. 2.2.2

          in a licensed betting office on a Sunday on which it is open for business.]

      1. 2.3

        However, if you wish, you can give a notice as described in the next paragraph, to the Company and you will then have the right not to [work in or about a shop on any Sunday on which the shop is open OR do Sunday betting work] once three months

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