Union Syndicale ‘Solidaires Isa’ Re: ECJ 14 Oct 2010

ECJ Social policy – Protection of the safety and health of workers – Directive 2003/88/EC – Organisation of working time – Articles 1, 3 and 17 – Scope – Casual and seasonal activity of persons employed under an ‘educational commitment contract’ – Restriction on the working time of such staff in holiday and leisure centres to 80 days per annum – National legislation not providing, for such staff, a minimum daily rest period – Derogations from Article 17 – Conditions – Ensuring an equivalent period of compensatory rest or, in exceptional cases, appropriate protection.
C-428/09, [2010] EUECJ C-428/09
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