The EU working time directive came into force in August 2009.
What does WTD stand for?
WTD stands for Working Time Directive
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The main increases are Working Time Directive claims, deduction of wages and redundancy pay claims.
Their professional bodies agree that the Working Time Directive is a disaster.
But the trusts have stressed that they are just enforcing a minimum stand as required by the European Working Time Directive and are not introducing a new break system or limiting people to two breaks.
Byline: DAI DAVIES DISCUSSIONS between the European Parliament, Council of Ministers and European Commission on the Working Time Directive have collapsed.
Byline: LIZ MAYES WHEN the CBI's Future Leaders visited Brussels recently, one topic that topped the bill with all of the MEPs was the Working Time Directive.
Byline: Liz Lynne Dear Editor, As the lead UK MEP on the Working Time Directive, representing the Liberal and Democrat Group in the European Parliament, I have been pushing to ensure that the UK can keep its opt out of the working time directive.
The TUC maintained that signing up to the Working Time Directive would cause British industry little difficulty, but would help "hard-pressed" staff.