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23/01/2014 at 09:07
23/01/2014 at 09:59
23/01/2014 at 10:14
Have a look on here. This has stuff about risk assessments, etc. If you are feeling tired and ill because of the hours that you work then you need to raise this as an issue with your work so that they are aware that it is a concern.
25/01/2014 at 01:07
I used to have a 5hr commute daily, on top of my 8-9hr working day. I had my working hours adjusted so that I wasn't travelling in rush hour, and my boss paid for a taxi on the odd occasion so I could get back to Euston without going on the tube. I was also allowed to work from an office nearer to my house (only 1hr commute) twice a week.
25/01/2014 at 16:06
Hey Pep no advice I'm afraid but curious about what you do, if I may ask. 9am-10pm hours so horrendous!
26/01/2014 at 08:15
Thanks all. I ended up having to take a day sick to recover as I felt so rubbish by the time I'd got home! Work were fine with this and told me it was the best thing to do given the circumstances.
Ceejay - When I'm doing those hours its for event management. All of our events are day conferences (more than one day) with evening events straight after as well. 10pm is me escaping early!
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