Can I refuse to do something not in my job description?

So, the short answer is, yes, your employer may assign you tasks not specifically outlined in your job description. Unless you work under a collective bargaining agreement or contract, your employer can legally change your duties. Let me offer more detail.

Can my employer stop me from having a second job UK?

Can an employee have a second job? Legally speaking, there is nothing to stop an employee from having a second job. However, consideration needs to be given to the terms of the contract of employment as they may prohibit an employee from carrying out secondary employment.

Do I have to tell my employer about a second job UK?

While employees do not have a legal obligation to disclose any other employment to their employers, many employers will restrict you from working elsewhere via a clause in your contract of employment.

Can you work 2 full time jobs in the UK?

The law does not prohibit people having two jobs. The big challenge for employers is that the employee may not be getting the required rest breaks and working beyond the weekly working time limit. This could mean you are in breach of the Working Time Regulations.

Can my employer give me additional duties?

Also remember that every employment contract contains implied duties of trust and confidence, and good faith. Your employer could breach the contract of employment by requiring you to take on significant extra duties without more pay. In any event, your average pay must not fall below the National Minimum Wage.

Can an employer force you into a different role?

The short answer is: no. In most cases, your employer does not have the right to change the terms of your employment in a significant way.

Do you get taxed more if you have two jobs UK?

Many people mistakenly believe that they are taxed more when they have multiple jobs. Arguably, the more you earn, the more tax you have to pay, so this does make sense. However, you will not be taxed any differently to if you were to receive your total earnings under one employment.

How much tax will I pay on a second job?

Working more than one job at the same time

Normally your employer at the second job will have to take basic rate tax at 20% from all of your wages.

Can you work for 2 companies at the same time?

Generally yes, you can work for two employers at the same time.

Is it a conflict of interest to work two jobs?

No, it’s not illegal to work two jobs. But it could violate your employment contract and/or company policy, particularly if it presents a conflict of interest. What is illegal, however, is stealing trade secrets and customers.

What is a moonlighting?

Moonlighting is when someone works more than one job at a time. According to USLegal, moonlighting usually refers to when a person holds a second job outside of normal working hours. Therefore, someone could work a normal 9-to-5 job as a primary source of income but work at another night job to earn extra money.

Can I have 3 jobs at once?

Legally, you are not prohibited from working as many or as few jobs as you would like. In fact, so long as the other job does not create a conflict of interest or interfere with your working hours, you are probably okay, as Labor Code section 96(k)…

What do you call a person with multiple jobs?

versatile: (of a worker, etc.) able to turn easily and successfully from one task, activity or occupation to another. all-around: able to do many things; versatile.

Can I get salary from two companies?

18 July 2011 Yes One person can draw salary from two different company, there is no any issue. But he should disclose to any Employer company (at his option) that he is in receipt of salary from another company for the purpose of Compliance of TDS provision.