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Which employees are "shop workers" for the purpose of the right to opt out of Sunday working?
Which employees are "betting workers" for the purpose of the right to opt out of Sunday working?
What is a "protected" shop or betting worker?
What rights does a protected shop or betting worker have?
Can shop or betting workers forfeit their protected status?
Yes. Shop and betting workers who are not
protected, or those who have forfeited their protected status, have the right
to opt out of Sunday working, so long as they are not employed to work only on
Sundays. To exercise that right, they must give their employer at least three
months' advance notice, in writing, of their intention to stop working on Sundays.
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