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Working Time Regulations 48-Hour Opt Out Agreement

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Working Time Regulations 48-Hour Opt Out Agreement

Employers: Download our Opt Out Agreement today and allow your employees to formally opt out of the 48-hour work week. 

Under the Working Time Regulations employees don't have to work for more than 48 hours per week (including overtime), but individual employees can voluntarily ‘opt out’ and work in excess of this 48-hour limit. As long as the employer and employee get it in writing. 

This Working Time Regulations 48-Hour Opt Out Agreement legally allows employees, and you, as the employer, to opt out of the 48-hour limit.

This Working Time Regulations 48-Hour Opt Out Agreement is available as a "Download Now" Word template document giving you instant access to the opt out agreement after purchase.

Note: The employee can end this Opt Out Agreement by giving three months' notice to the employer.

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