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ITEM 3:

1-The working day is the time measured in days, weeks, months or years that the worker spends his working role.

Allows the employer to determine wages, productivity and control.

2 - Duration of the day: the working hours that make up the time agreed in the contract are called ordinary.

1-Day Week: maximum of 40 hours per week worked. Your workday can be always lower, but not more than 40 hours.

2-Week Daily: can not exceed 9 hours, unless the collective agreement allows a patchy distribution.

3-Special days: the peculiar characteristics of certain activities and sectors may necessitate extensions to the workday.

3-THE BREAKS:

* Rest in the day: when the workday is interrupted by a rest period of 1 hour is a day game.

Continuous time is that which is not interrupted.

* Rest between sessions: they must wait at least 12 hours between the end of the day and the beginning of the next.

* Minimum rest week: must be day and a half without interruption.

Weekly rest periods can accumulate for 14 days.

4 - OVERTIME:

Working hours are those that exceed the time originally agreed in the employment contract, collective agreement or set by law.

"There are two types of overtime:

1 - Voluntary: the worker performs his will.

2 - Mandatory: are those agreed in the contract of employment contained in collective agreements.

The maximum overtime is 80 hours.

It is forbidden to work overtime:

"Workers under 18 years.

- Night workers.

"During the period of reduced working hours for maternity.

REDUCTION OF DAY:

"Breastfeeding: 9 months, her daily half-hour day without loss of pay.

"Put Legal: reduced hours and pay between 1 / 8 and ½ of the requested by workers with their care to a child under 8 years, gender violence or a newborn hospitalization.

THE WORK SCHEDULE: This is a document that sets out the annual working time.

Are reflected in all aspects of annual working time:

1-hours work, 2 - Annual ,3-Holidays.

WORK SCHEDULE:

run-time: the workers stay in their place of work from the time set as start to finish.

-flexible hours: the start and end of the day vary within certain ranges.

-night work: is being given between 22:00 and 6:00 in the morning. Their pay is higher.

-shift work is performed by different workers who occupy the same job in succession.

ANNUAL LEAVE:

They are paid rest period that has the worker each year. Not less than 30 calendar days, including Saturdays and Sundays and public holidays in each calendar year.

HOLIDAYS: the worker is entitled to a number of working days not exceeding 14 holidays per year, of which 2 are local festivities.

Paid leave: Previs, warning and justification (pre-or post) is entitled to be absent from work without losing pay.

Ex: reason: transfer of usual residence, duration 1 day.

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