Letter Requesting Details of Work Done for Other Employers
Under the Working Time Regulations 1998, the employer should take reasonable steps to ensure that its employees do not work more than 48 hours a week on average unless they have opted out of the 48-hour working week in writing.
In order to help ensure this requirement is met, this Letter Requesting Details of Work Done for Other Employers asks employees who have not signed a Working Time Directive Waiver for details of the hours worked for another employer where the employee has more than one job.
For an opt-out agreement, please see the Working Time Directive Waiver, which can also be found in this subfolder. This average weekly working time of 48 hours is normally calculated over 17 weeks.
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