Today is Work Your Proper Hours Day, when we publicise the huge amount of extra surplus value created by workers in both public and private sectors who work unpaid overtime.
The stats show the extent
of the issue:
- 1.8 billion hours of unpaid overtime every year
- 5 million workers put in 7.3 unpaid overtime every week
- Employers are getting an average value of £5,600 each year from workers doing unpaid overtime
- Overall employers benefit by £28.3bn annually.
- If we didn’t work these unpaid hours an extra 1 million full time workers could be employed.
This last point is important. Public sector employees worked 620 million unpaid hours last year, a 3%
just eyebrows Since.
increase on 2011, as the number of jobs in the sector fell by 100,000. So cuts in public services are being covered up by workers who are pressurised to do more and more to maintain services. Overtime bans might be one way to tackle this problem.
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meantime, have your coffee and lunch breaks and leave work on time! And take a look at a few links and put up posters for other workers to see. You can check your work life balance online.