normal working week

normal working week

A term defined by the New Deal for Junior Doctors as up to 40 hours of work per week, which is carried out between 8 a.m. (0800) and 7 p.m. (1900).
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Emails are coming in more frequently and committee papers are starting to arrive for a normal working week.
We've had to approach the week a little differently to a normal working week, taking into account the logistics, but there's been a good focus and we are excited about playing at the Toyota Stadium on Friday.
As the nation returns to the normal working week routine tomorrow, Easter Monday, rest assured the PNP will be ever present and ready to serve,' he added.
The normal working week will consist of working Sunday night through to Thursday night and applicants should have at least three years experience in a retail butchery environment.
The list is extensive and clearly requires a lot of time and input outside of the normal working week.
As I understand it, the EU laid down that a normal working week is 35 hours and every hour above that is classed as unsociable.
The contract will reclassify doctors' normal working week to include Saturdays and up to 10pm every night of the week except Sunday.
Under the current plans, the contract will reclassify doctors' normal working week to include Saturdays and late evening working.
The successful Economic Operator will be expected to work night shifts, on weekends and during holidays as well as during the normal working week of Monday to Friday as required.
I don't know about you but I think the holidays are more tiring than the normal working week.
Conducted at the sleep laboratory of the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, the study restricted the amount of sleep of a group of healthy young men to four hours per night for five days, imitating the schedule of a normal working week.