Dinu Suntook, Cane Pickersgill and Poppy Fildes are all associates at Addleshaw Goddard. They round up the latest rulings.
A model policy to set out the terms under which employees will work overtime.
The full text of the Police Regulations 2003 for police employers.
A model contract clause in the contract of employment where an employee is likely to be working overtime.
This week's case roundup from Eversheds, covering time limits in discrimination cases and overtime payments
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.
In Stadt Lengerich v Helmig (15 December 1994) EOR60A, the European Court of Justice rules that there is no discrimination contrary to European Community law where a collective agreement provides that overtime supplements will be paid only when the normal working hours for full-time employees are exceeded.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to overtime pay.