Employees whose contracts of employment expressly specified 39 hours of work a week while incorporating a national agreement that provided for a standard working week of 37 hours suffered unlawful deductions from wages when they did not receive overtime payments in respect of two of the 39 hours they worked weekly, holds the EAT in Inverclyde Council v Wilson and others.
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