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Hotdog1

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Sunday shift hours
« on: 08-02-19, 05:33PM »
Hi, can anyone clarify -  so hubby works 
saturday night starts at 10pm till 7am Sunday morning
Then Sunday night starts at 10pm and finishes Monday morning at 7 am
 what part of this is classed as Sunday??   
I thought it would start 12 midnight saturday till  Midnight sunday  and all hours in between those times are classed as a sunday - or do Tesco have different ideas??
 The reason I ask is that he has worked 2 sundays (10pm-7am) this pay month and has been paid -Sunday Overtime of £42.16
(in the additional pay information section next to Sunday overtime it says 4.00)
 so is that 4 hours of Sunday overtime?? at time and a quarter per hour ?

Welshie

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Re: Sunday shift hours
« Reply #1 on: 08-02-19, 05:47PM »
Does it Saturday overtime or Sunday premium ?
If it's premium it's just the extra quarter not your hourly rate .

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Re: Sunday shift hours
« Reply #2 on: 08-02-19, 05:49PM »
Saturday night 22.00 to 07.00. 22.00 - midnight 2.00 hours would be basic pay, midnight to 06.00 would be Sunday Night rate (but only 4.50 hours would be paid because the company assume you take your 1.50 hour break during this time), then 06.00 - 07.00 would be Sunday rate.

Sunday night 22.00 - 07.00.  22.00 to midnight 2.00 hours at Sunday rate, midnight - 06.00 would be night rate (4.50 hours paid - breaks as above). 06.00 - 07.00 would be 1.00 hour basic pay.

You haven't said if both shifts are contracted/ and or overtime (or even shift swaps) so its hard to be more specific. Was he paid Night Premium and/or Sunday premium as well.

You're right about the valid Sunday premium hours.

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Re: Sunday shift hours
« Reply #3 on: 08-02-19, 05:56PM »
Forgot about the Extra Night Premium. He would get 1.00 hour of Extra Night Premium for each shift. £2.21 for each hour.

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Re: Sunday shift hours
« Reply #4 on: 08-02-19, 07:09PM »
He is contracted to work saturday/sunday/monday  10pm -7am on all days.
and he is on a 2 day flexi for friday/saturday 10pm - 7am

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Re: Sunday shift hours
« Reply #5 on: 08-02-19, 07:15PM »
Sat*rday night 22.00 to 07.00. 22.00 - midnight 2.00 hours would be basic pay, midnight to 06.00 would be Sunday Night rate (but only 4.50 hours would be paid because the company assume you take your 1.50 hour break during this time), then 06.00 - 07.00 would be Sunday rate.

Sunday night 22.00 - 07.00.  22.00 to midnight 2.00 hours at Sunday rate, midnight - 06.00 would be night rate (4.50 hours paid - breaks as above). 06.00 - 07.00 would be 1.00 hour basic pay.

You haven't said if both shifts are contracted/ and or overtime (or even shift swaps) so its hard to be more specific. Was he paid Night Premium and/or Sunday premium as well.

You're right about the valid Sunday premium hours.


So he works sat*rday /sunday/monday as  contracted days, he also does friday and sat*rday as flexi days.... On his payslip we have

 PAYMENTS                                        ADDITIONAL PAY INFORMATION
Sunday overtime = 42.16                                                            sunday overtime =4.00
Night sunday overtime = 226.21                                                  Night sunday overtime = 17.75
sunday premium = 8.42

Does this help ??
« Last Edit: 08-02-19, 07:17PM by Hotdog1 »

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Re: Sunday shift hours
« Reply #6 on: 08-02-19, 10:25PM »
I would say the Sunday overtime=4 , is the 2 Sundays at 10pm till midnight . And the £221.62 is the midnight till 7am minus breaks but that will include this Saturday night as contracted shifts are paid till end of working week of pay day . The night Sunday premium would be the 3 midnight till 7am extra quarter pay .
I don't understand at all why it is being paid as overtime so I could be completely wrong but I have no experience of flexi contracts . The actual payments do work out roughly correct .

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Re: Sunday shift hours
« Reply #7 on: 09-02-19, 10:03AM »
Ok thanks for that- but  4 Hours at £8.43 does not equate to £42.16  it works out to £33.72 ???.. I Give up with it all  !! LOL

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Re: Sunday shift hours
« Reply #8 on: 09-02-19, 10:55AM »
4hrs on a Sunday at time and a quarter works out roughly at £42.16 though . As I say I don't know anything about flexi contracts and how that differs on pay slips

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Re: Sunday shift hours
« Reply #9 on: 09-02-19, 01:22PM »
Sunday overtime is paid at time and a quarter. £8.42 x 1.25 sunday overtime = £10.52 x 4 hours = £42.08 with a bit of leeway because basic pay is actually £8.426.
Being a flexible worker has no impact on how it is paid, the same rates and premiums are paid.