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Also what does your contract say about taking breaks?
hello ben I have been working they for 32 years and not taken break in the post 15 years. I work 8am to 3.30pm on Saturday and back 1am sunday am .do haue right to a 11 hour.rest break
As a worker you have the right to certain breaks under the Working Time Regulations 1998. These are:
However, employers, in limited circumstances, may to require certain workers to work during periods which would otherwise be a rest period or a rest break. This might happen where:
Assuming none of the above exceptions apply then you have the right to demand this 11 hour break between shifts.
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