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Does Travel Or ‘waiting’ Time Form Part Of Working Hours?

In Article Archive, Private by Barney Jordaan4 Comments

Time spent travelling between clients and the workplace during the working day would normally be regarded as working time. But what about time spent travelling to work, or time spent at the workplace before commencing with normal daily tasks?

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  1. I need to know if one has been relocated a change of time and distance who pays for all this.

    1. Reply to Dingaan: The cost of getting to work would normally be the employee’s responsibility. Check the contract for a possible deviation.

  2. What in the event if the employee has to travel from one town to the other to perform work outside their duty station taking up hours of travelling.

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