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A new Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruling could have a significant impact on UK companies employing workers who don’t have a fixed place of work and who travel to and from appointments.


The CJEU has ruled that time spent travelling to and from appointments by workers without a fixed place of work should be regarded as ‘working time’ for the purposes of the Working Time Directive.

IoIC asked Andrew Willis (pictured), head of Croner Litigation at Wolters Kluwer, to explain how the new ruling could impact on UK businesses - Croner produces a monthly business update for Institute members and operates a helpline which offers free advice to members.

You can read Andrew's advice in the Knowledge Bank section of this website here

The monthly Croner business updates are available to IoIC members in the Research section here

FREE advice on everything from health and safety to employment law is also available to all Institute members via the Croner Business Support Helpline - details here
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