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that drivers' medicals are paid for up to a max of £90 to the age of 65.


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01 Sep 2018 - Best/worst excuses

What's the best,worst or funniest excuses for calling in sick etc or not getting the job done.
Felt that this deserved its own thread,

originally posted by @surlaroute, on the 'Re: Sunday premium down to time and a quarter' thread.
Reply #1081 on: 29-08-18, 02:57AM


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29 Aug 2018 - Standdown and release

Does anyone know if release for a rep can be refused when no response was given to unions request for release?
 
Well it seems a lot of staff did not do over time this Bank holiday in my store. Shelves empty and the place a big mess lol.
I was told around Oct 2017 that the store dotcom drivers were being treated the same as distribution centre drivers and would need to agree to drug testing. At that time the info supplied with the consent form said that the only identifying data the drug testing company would get relating to the ide
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