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English translation: working time

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Polish term or phrase:wymiar czasu pracy
English translation:working time
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16:47 May 16, 2003
Polish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / work rules
Polish term or phrase: wymiar czasu pracy
working hours vs. workload
Mam zgryz.
Wiem, że na proz, jest zaakceptowane to pierwsze. Rzecz dotyczy regulaminu pracy
bartek
Local time: 06:27
working time
Explanation:
tu akurat mowa o przepisach unijnych dotyczących czasu pracy:

THE WORKING TIME REGULATIONS

The Working Time Regulations implement the European Working Time Directive and parts of the Young Workers Directive which relate to the working time of adolescent workers (workers above the minimum school leaving age but below 18).

Certain sectors are excluded from the scope of the Regulations. However, a consultation on extending the Working Time Regulations to previously excluded sectors began on 31 October 2002 and closed on 31 January 2003.



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Note added at 2003-05-16 16:57:11 (GMT)
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working hours to dla mnie raczej godziny pracy,
natomiast \'workload\' wg Webstera:

Main Entry: work·load
Pronunciation: \'w&rk-\"lOd
Function: noun
Date: 1943
1 : the amount of work or of working time expected or assigned
2 : the amount of work performed or capable of being performed (as by a mechanical device) usually within a specific period
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Local time: 05:27
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working time


Explanation:
tu akurat mowa o przepisach unijnych dotyczących czasu pracy:

THE WORKING TIME REGULATIONS

The Working Time Regulations implement the European Working Time Directive and parts of the Young Workers Directive which relate to the working time of adolescent workers (workers above the minimum school leaving age but below 18).

Certain sectors are excluded from the scope of the Regulations. However, a consultation on extending the Working Time Regulations to previously excluded sectors began on 31 October 2002 and closed on 31 January 2003.



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Note added at 2003-05-16 16:57:11 (GMT)
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working hours to dla mnie raczej godziny pracy,
natomiast \'workload\' wg Webstera:

Main Entry: work·load
Pronunciation: \'w&rk-\"lOd
Function: noun
Date: 1943
1 : the amount of work or of working time expected or assigned
2 : the amount of work performed or capable of being performed (as by a mechanical device) usually within a specific period


    Reference: http://www.dti.gov.uk/er/work_time_regs/
lim0nka
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