Annabel Denham writes for The Spectator
Annabel argued: “In exchange for a right to disconnect, firms may expect that employees work nose to the grindstone during their contracted hours. No popping to the bank mid-morning, no surfing the web. Many bosses will accommodate employee needs – but some may just contract more work out to mitigate the risk of being dragged before an employment tribunal. Is this really benefitting employees?”
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