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The average number of hours worked annually by workers in the United Kingdom has increased steadily over the past several decades. Instead, paid overtime working in Britain has substantially declined over the last two decades
The influence of overtime and extended work shifts on worker health and safety, as well as on worker errors, is gaining increased attention from the scientific community, labour representatives, and industry
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