United Kingdom: government plans to scrap requirement to report working hours

The UK government has rowed back on its plans to automatically revoke all European Union law at the end of 2023, pointing to a lack of time. Nevertheless, the government will publish a list of laws that it intends to abolish in the next few days, among which will be the European directive concerning the compulsory reporting of employees' working time.

Through Jessica Agache-Gorse. Published on 15 May 2023 Ă  14h34 - Update on 15 May 2023 Ă  14h34

Since 31 December 2020, the end of the post-Brexit transition period, all EU regulations applied in the UK have been fully incorporated into domestic legislation to avoid legislative chaos. However, the government had planned for this to end in December 2023, thanks to an automatic revocation included in the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill,…

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