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  1. So my work has reduced our 8 person team down to a 6 person team and consequently changed the shift from an 8 week rota to a 6 week one. We would work an average of 37.5 hours per week over the 8 weeks and 38.5 over the 6 week. I raised this with my manager and wondered if there would be an adjustment in pay for any extra hours worked as a result of the shift pattern change. I have been told that some of us will be getting a payout and some will end up owing hours back to the company. No new contracts have been issued and we are now working on average an extra 1 hour per week. Is this common/legal? Is there a way for calculating the difference in time owed/Overtime Owed for these kinds of circumstances?
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