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Change of hours


I have an agreement with my employer to finish at lunchtimes on a Friday which has been in place for over 4 years, can my employer decide I no longer have this right, even though I am working my full 37 hours per week.

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks.


2 Responses

  1. Its all down to notice and consultation…
    With enough notice your employer can basically do what they want… you would be better asking this question on the sister site .

    Good luck

  2. acas website
    I was under the impression that this was the same as a written contract and that once in place, for the amount of time it has been, that they had to give notice of the change and help you during the change over as much as possible but it’s only an impression I have from a management course I did.
    The best place to look would be the acas website or give them a call. I have found them very helpful and if you actually speak to someone they can give you a fuller answer.

    Hope it helps, good luck


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