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HI, thank you Ben for responding
his contract is a very basic one, he has been working with this company since Feb last year.
The only thing in the contract is that it is an office based job and that he will be travelling to client sites on occasion. there is nothing at all on travel time. at the beginning he was charging travel time as part of his working hours and either getting the extra hours back in lieu or paid overtime, of late he was called in and told there is no way they would let him charge 45 mins of the travel time to the client in the morning and 45 mins from the client in the afternoon because that is what he normally takes to get to the office but he could charge the rest of the time, so he conceded, and today he was called in and told there is no way he is allowed to charge the travel time at all....
found my husbands contract,
under the place of work part of his contract the only information it has on travel is as follows
'You may be required to travel to client sites during your employment with the Company. You will be reimbursed for such travel.'
and that is it with regards ***** ***** they have issued him with an oyster card to travel with.