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    I need to return to work however I can only work at my current employer one day a week. Can I work elsewhere on the weekend and outside of their opening hours?

    ♥me & he = ds 17/9/13♥

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    Should be fine :-)

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    I can't see why not. Unless it is working for a competitor of the first business then it may be seen as morally wrong depending on the industry.

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    You can do whatever you want OP, as long as its not written into your contract that you can't? Ie. if you're a lawyer you probably can't work for two different law firms.

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    It's definitely best to disclose to each employer that you work for the other but should be fine.

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    Yep definitely disclose that you have another job to each employer. Also make sure that you claim the tax free threshold from the job that earns you the most money as you can't claim it for both and will be taxed at a higher rate.


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    Can someone tell me if they are required to allow me to have a "pump" break to express?

    ♥me & he = ds 17/9/13♥

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    When you say you can only work there 1 day a week, is this your choice or theirs? I will return to my workplace 3 days a week when I finish maternity leave, and if I wanted to work another day elsewhere this would not be acceptable as I would be expected to increase to my full time hours before taking other employment. As for working outside of my workplace regular hours, this would require approval from my workplace and my employer would have to be satisfied that it would not interfere with my work, my resilience (eg if I were to be late, tired, taking sick days etc) and not a conflict of interest.

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    Depends on the organisation. Some organisations don't allow you to have other employment elsewhere. It should be in your contract.

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    I'm sure they need to allow pump breaks. And a place to do it.


 

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