Edwards v Encirc Ltd

Time spent carrying out union activities may be was ‘working time’
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The time that two employees spent on trade union business in the workplace could be‘working time’ within the meaning of the Working Time Regulations 1998. Although their employer delayed the start of their shifts to reflect the time spent in the meetings this was not enough to ensure that they benefited from an uninterrupted 11-hour rest period.
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