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Started by Lost in Lewisham, 14-02-22, 01:49PM
Quote from: gomezz on 18-02-22, 11:22AMI still don't get how you can book part days / a few hours left over at the end of the year if you are a CDD and your time at work is dictated by the van going out and coming back at specified times. Can't see customers and managers being happy if you come back an hour or two early with undelivered orders still on board. What happens about those few odd hours if not taken as holiday?
Quote from: Sarah106 on 01-03-22, 03:54PMOur night shift already has bank holidays the night before. It is because more of you hours are actually on the bank holiday.
Quote from: mrpooie on 07-03-22, 10:44AMAnd just one last thing, do tesco recognise the substitute bank holidays at Christmas and New year?
Quote from: londoner83 on 02-03-22, 05:35AMNight bank holidays under work and pay are set for the night before the Bank Holiday as in effect the majority of your shift (midnight till 7pm) actually falls on the Bank Holiday date.
Quote from: Sherwoodforest on 16-03-22, 07:16AM@mr poole ,of course you can go away for easter,book the time off,like our day team would have to do,it sounds like your issue not a nights issue,
Quote from: oldfashionedplayer on 18-02-22, 02:53PMAny holiday hours not taken would be lost, like it says in policy, its mainly. Up to to the colleague to book and use them all, so if managers aren't happy that's unfortunately going to be a them problem, if you want the time, book it, they'll have to work around it 🤷♂️, should have plenty of notice anyhow with the hours system...
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