The directive states that the flexible working time permit applies „for a maximum period of 12 months“. Normally, your employer needs your consent to change your contract. You may refuse to accept the change and your employer cannot normally force you to accept the change. The first starting point is to understand what is written in your employment contract. While some staff are happy to return to the predictable routine of a normal work plan, many will „maintain“ the flexible agreements granted to them long after the underlying needs of such agreements have disappeared. Unfortunately, unions and workers often attack employers` decisions to end flexible work arrangements by claiming that the decision is discriminatory or that demands for flexibility must be maintained „indefinitely“ once they are granted. .
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