European Working Time Directive checking featured in earnings software
Union members are planning a number of protests for today (Wednesday) over the pay of agency workers. The Communication Workers Union (CWA) says large recruitment agencies are skirting around the EU legislation that requires equal pay by employing staff permanently. The CWA maintains that many agency workers have been signing “pay between assignment,” or PBA, contracts without realising it would mean lower pay. The union claims this is costing workers approximately £500 a month in lost earnings in some regions.
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