Hours of work policy
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Hours of work
Your normal hours and working pattern will be specified in your [Contract of EMployment | Statement of Terms and Conditions of Employment].
The full-time contracted hours for all posts within the organisation are [hours] hours per week excluding daily meal breaks. A daily unpaid lunch break of a minimum of [30 | 60] minutes must be taken if you work more than six hours daily.
[Company] reserves the right to vary your hours and pattern of working, following consultation and agreement with you.
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8 March 2021
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