Anything over a 40-hour week
would be paid at a rate of overtime - those figures have yet to be agreed.
Major studies on supported employment indicate that the majority of people with severe disabilities are working much less than a full 40-hour week
Nearly two-thirds (62 percent) work well beyond a 40-hour week
, and one in five (21 percent) work a double week, logging an extra 40 or more on-the-job hours.
The only catch is they get no wages at the end of the 40-hour week
Financial services firm Fidelity's Retirement Index found that for someone earning a median weekly wage of pounds 447, their pension income would fall to pounds 223 - just pounds 9 more than the minimum wage, based on a 40-hour week
As a farmer who gave up his farming career to join 'the real world', I can assure him that it's much better to work a 40-hour week
, five days a week and get a regular wage at the end of it than to work up to 90 hours a week and more, seven days a week, without holidays and be faced with the prospect that you will be in debt as you cannot compete with cheap foreign imports and an unsupportive public
For a 40-hour week
that would amount to pounds 164.
Those cops will work a 40-hour week
, or to be more exact, 80 hours in two weeks.
My goal is to work a 40-hour week
, like everybody else, instead of 70 to 80 hours.
Seventeen percent of respondents to the LifeCare poll said they would opt for a compressed work schedule (working a 40-hour week
in only three or four-days), while 15% feel that working fewer hours would enable them to be more productive by reducing their stress levels.
It may be called JobBridge but the fact is a man or woman will be required to work a 40-hour week
There are many workers working a 40-hour week
on the minimum wage, who don't take home more than pounds 800 a month.