New Business Hours Regulations in Malta - Express Consent of Employee Required to Work on Sundays

New Business Hours Regulations in Malta - Express Consent of Employee Required to Work on Sundays

In line with the new Business Hours Regulations (Subsidiary Legislation 441.08), which have come into force as of January 2017 and which allow shops to open on Sundays (subject to the opening times established in the same Regulations), the Wholesale and Retail Trades Wages Council Wage Regulation Order (Subsidiary legislation 452.63) has also been amended.

Amongst other changes in the working times and periods of rest, an important introduction in the Wholesale and Retail Trades Wages Council Wage Regulation Order is that contained in regulation 6A which provides that employees covered by the Wage Regulation Order shall only be obliged to work on Sundays if they give their written consent to their employer. Work on Sundays is to paid at double-time as established in the same Wage Regulation Order. The new provisions are not to apply to those employees who are already obliged to work on Sundays by their employment contract.


Disclaimer
This document does not purport to give legal, financial or tax advice. Should you require further information or legal assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Christine Calleja.

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