Concept selected: Usual Hours
DefinitionThe reference period to be taken into account will be at least the last 4 weeks prior to the Sunday of the reference week, and at the most the last 3 months, not taking into account possible periods of absence.
Where this period is not readily identifiable, it will be accepted as an approximate:
- The number of hours stipulated by contract for your main activity, during the reference week (for those with a contract) plus overtime expected excluding time pent travelling to or from the workplace and meal breaks lasting more than an hour,
- The average hours actually worked in the last 4 weeks, plus hours absent from work in the last 4 weeks.
If the person has been absent for an extended period (over three months), for example maternity leave, usual hours will be those corresponding to the period prior to the absence.
SourceNational Statistics Institute surveys
Statistical operations(enlaces al Inventario de Operaciones Estadísticas)
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