Line manager briefing looking at hours of work, including the rules that prescribe maximum working hours and the process for opting out of those rules, and exploring how to manage overtime and employees who overwork.
In Arriva London South Ltd v Nicolaou EAT/0293/11, the EAT held that an employer's refusal to allow an employee who had not opted out of the 48-hour week to work overtime on rest days did not give rise to unlawful detriment.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal 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.
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