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Hours law guidance delay

first_img Comments are closed. Hours law guidance delayOn 2 May 2000 in Personnel Today Employers are having trouble getting hold of the long-awaited guidance onthe Working Time regulations issued by the DTI at the end of March.As Personnel Today went to press David Yeandle, deputy director ofemployment policy at the Engineering Employers ‘Federation, said he was stillawaiting copies of the guidance ordered almost a month ago on 5 April.As soon as Yeandle learnt they were available, he ordered 100 copies to sendto EEF regional associations to advise their 5,400 member companies.Although he received 100 copies of an A4 leaflet and a 12-page summary, heis still waiting for the comprehensive guides.”The issues the guidance is most needed on, such as examples of peoplewho are excluded from the 48-hour limit, is covered only in the longguidance,” he said. “This is another example of the DTI notdelivering.” Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more