HC Deb 20 March 1917 vol 91 c1733
65. Mr. LUNDON

asked the Vice-President of the Department of Agriculture (Ireland) if the officials of his Department outside of the secretary are supposed to do so many hours per day at their work in the office; is there a time register kept; if so, is there any distinction drawn between the higher and ordinary officials as to signing such a register; and how many hours per day is each official supposed to put down?


The staff of the Department of Agriculture are expected to attend daily for seven hours, but for some months past the majority have worked on an average from ten to twelve hours daily. The attendance registers are signed by all officers to whose attendance they relate.

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