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    For those of us providing the advice it is useful to know that this is not the first issue you have had and helps us understand the dynamics of the environment you are working in, which in turn helps us in providing your with support.

    What I would suggest, if you do not want to agree to the prosposal, is that you set out in an email that you took the job on the basis of regular hours 5 days a week 9-2pm as set out in your contract. You have been more than willing to work extra when needed and this would not change, however given that they are in the process of recruiting, you would like them to take into consideration that you would like to revert back to your agreed contractual hours.

    That said, an employer can try to vary an employee's terms and conditions, hours of work being one of them, however they need to do this in consultation in the first instance. They need to take on-board the viewpoint of the employee if they are not willing to do agree to the new arrangement or if suggest an alternative arrangement for the employer to consider.
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