How do you calculate your work hours?


To calculate your work hours, compute the number of hours you work every week counting overtime and then average these hours over a set period. Usually, average working hours are worked out over a 'reference period', which is normally a seventeen week period. You can work more than forty eight hours in one week, provided that the average over seventeen weeks is less than forty eight hours per week.
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