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Overtime refusal for not opting out of 48-hour working week not a detriment

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working time | 48-hour working week | opt-out | detriment

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that a worker who had not opted out of the 48-hour working week did not suffer detrimental treatment when his employer refused him the opportunity to work voluntary overtime on a rest day.