Part-time working

This note examines the key provisions of UK law relating to part-time working, focussing on the rights of part-time workers to equal treatment with full-time workers, and also covering the extent of a worker's right to go from full-time to part-time working or vice versa.

Sarah Lamont and Sarah Maddock, Bevan Brittan LLP


 

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