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We must not write down all of the hours?

Our company performs regularly at Events and fairs. On such days, we need to employees each morning out of the house and come back only around midnight. The personnel Department says, however, that we are allowed to write per day only 8,24 hours of work, since we have according to the contract, a 42-hour week. We regularly contribute to Overtime, which are nowhere recorded, and we can't compensate for. This is permissible?

no. What is the HR Department that you want is not only inadmissible, but also illegal, says law Professor Roger Rudolph of the University of Zurich. The labour law demand a full and true recording of working time. In the case of interventions outside of the work place, the more effort applies to the path as working hours; you may write down the additional travel time. The outer inserts resulting Overtime must compensate, of course, and you do not need to pay the operation.

Andrea Fischer answered your questions to the employment law, consumer law, social security law and family law. Send them to geldundrecht@tamedia.ch (Tages-Anzeiger)

Created: 01.04.2019, 08:30 PM

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