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Re: Night closure
« Reply #300 on: 01-02-16, 11:53AM »
Thanks red devil. I have already worked mine out using the vhl calculator. I want to be prepared. Have just been to aldi for my weekly shop. They are not having a penny of my slave wages.

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #301 on: 02-02-16, 09:16AM »
Just had a pamphlet handed to me by the personel about wages.
4 bands appear a b c and d.

What is D 6pm until 3am shift?
Is the cat out of the bag is this the new night shift start time?

It's also very confusing as to whom will be paid night premuims.



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Re: Night closure
« Reply #302 on: 02-02-16, 10:35AM »
night premiums are 12-6

there just examples of shifts and when you would receive premiums
not really confusing if you read it if your shift contains full hours between 12 and 6 you will be paid night premiums for how many hours you work between those times
so if you work 10 -7 youll get 6 hours of premiums, if you work 6 - 3, youll get 3 hours of premiums,

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« Last Edit: 02-02-16, 10:39AM by dairyfresh »

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #303 on: 02-02-16, 11:10AM »
Just had a pamphlet handed to me by the personel about wages.
4 bands appear a b c and d.

What is D 6pm until 3am shift?
Is the cat out of the bag is this the new night shift start time?

It's also very confusing as to whom will be paid night premuims.

How is it confusing ? If you work between midnight and six am you get night premiums. , if you work a full hour extra on top of those hours you get an extra 2.21 .

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #304 on: 02-02-16, 11:56AM »
Only if the full hour (or 2) is between 10pm and midnight.

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #305 on: 02-02-16, 04:51PM »
So if you start at 5 am you get night premuims for an hour , start at 5.30 no night premuims.

Work a full 10/7 you get a brucey bonus of an extra 2.21?
So when are the breaks taken out?
so is it 6 hours premuims.
Or is 4.5 then an added bonus?
Making it 5.5 hours

And I'm.pretty sure they stated they are doing this to make things more simple for the staff to understand.

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #306 on: 02-02-16, 06:25PM »
reading the pay leaflet for a 10 - 7 shift you would get paid 6 hours premium and 1 and a half normal time. plus the additional £2.21

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #307 on: 02-02-16, 06:52PM »
No dairy fresh you will not get paid for your breaks

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #308 on: 02-02-16, 07:33PM »
At the moment, if you do a full night shift, 10pm-7am, your 90mins breaks are taken from the midnight-6am hours. I expect that will stay the same.

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #309 on: 03-02-16, 09:12AM »
Oh yeah they really simplified that! ???


jojaca

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #310 on: 03-02-16, 10:06AM »
Night shift should be paid for every hour you work,  >:D. Scandalous. Not getting paid between 10pm-11.59pm is a joke.

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #311 on: 03-02-16, 10:20AM »
Sweet Misery, You are getting paid.... A standard wage for those hours.

Blondie1981

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #312 on: 03-02-16, 10:21AM »
Sweet Misery...You would think so, but tesco have decided they need your money to pay for the general increase....you know, robbing Peter to pay Paul ...How is that for sheer desperation?

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #313 on: 03-02-16, 10:22AM »
basically what the arseholes are implying is that the hours between 10pm and midnight are not unsociable. oh i almost forgot, these arseholes have got 9-5 jobs. fuckin twats >:(

jojaca

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #314 on: 03-02-16, 12:00PM »
Bleh

I mean night shift allowance. You should be paid from 10pm and to whatever time you finish. Even if you were asked to stay on for a few hours. Current night shift allowance is pittance for the increased health risks for working nights.

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #315 on: 03-02-16, 12:37PM »
So leave, you don't have a skilled job plenty of shop floor \ till jobs about

jojaca

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #316 on: 03-02-16, 01:27PM »
I don't work nights, but I have in past with other jobs. Just feel sorry for the night shift workers.

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #317 on: 03-02-16, 01:39PM »
@Sweet Misery, ditto.  I consider any number hours worked between 2000-0600 as unsocial and should be rewarded as such.
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Re: Night closure
« Reply #318 on: 03-02-16, 02:08PM »
Simple, just do £2.21 worth of less work in those hours. That's the feedback from the staff I know who are losing out, esp with the sundays. Many will still have to work the sundays as they need the overtime, but they're gonna be a whole less productive on them days.
That's the consequence off tesco treating them like c**p.

Also, to note. Tesco always state not to rely on overtime every week to bolster your wage - well, tell that to the 7 hour flexi contracts whose working week/wage consists mainly of overtime! I don't think 7 hours is gonna help pay anyones mortgage!

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #319 on: 03-02-16, 02:39PM »
Formerscoboy

Very charitable of you. Thanks, can I have ten of those jobs please, might just be able to make it up to full time hours ???
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Re: Night closure
« Reply #320 on: 03-02-16, 08:29PM »
Simple, just do £2.21 worth of less work in those hours. That's the feedback from the staff I know who are losing out, esp with the sundays. Many will still have to work the sundays as they need the overtime, but they're gonna be a whole less productive on them days.
That's the consequence off tesco treating them like c**p.

Also, to note. Tesco always state not to rely on overtime every week to bolster your wage - well, tell that to the 7 hour flexi contracts whose working week/wage consists mainly of overtime! I don't think 7 hours is gonna help pay anyones mortgage!

It's started at my store damages went through the roof , things wernt done at all , shop grinding to a halt, wagons sent back half empty, PI not fully complete on legals.

Now I belive a mass of staff are leaving the union organised by no other than the shop steward

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #321 on: 03-02-16, 08:33PM »
Formerscoboy

Very charitable of you. Thanks, can I have ten of those jobs please, might just be able to make it up to full time hours ???

There's plenty of full time, might just have to work rather than stand round moaning

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #322 on: 03-02-16, 09:54PM »
Well don't keep it to yourself lad

Put up the link and point the minimum hour workers to the holy grail  :thumbup:

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #323 on: 04-02-16, 12:19AM »
If your in the south west lucgeo I will

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Re: Night closure
« Reply #324 on: 05-02-16, 12:46PM »
'plenty' suggests a significant quantity, enough perhaps to re-employ a large percentage of the existing colleagues. formerscoboy you need need to put up or shut up, one or two vacancies in the south west are not cutting it....  :-X