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Author Topic: Sunday premium down to time and a quarter.  (Read 201862 times)

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Re: Sunday premium down to time and a quarter.
« Reply #1125 on: 20-12-19, 01:08PM »
Boxing day is a bank holiday, christmas eve isn't. It's more the point where managers are breaking the law by coercing workers to work on those days. Tbf, the students will lap up their premium pennies on  top of their p**s up wages.

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Re: Sunday premium down to time and a quarter.
« Reply #1126 on: 20-12-19, 06:26PM »
8-) if everyone refused to work Boxing Day and New Year's Day, then the store couldn't open. It's those that choose to, either by coercion, ignorant of their contract, or have tunnel vision, that ruin it for everyone else.

This is bang on!!!

Every year it was the same old story of lower level managers trying to coerce their staff into working so they wouldn't have to on boxing day.  It got to the point where we would have to speak to the SM well before his managers tried to nobble the staff.
It's not the mangers fault. If the customers just stayed away the stores would be closed and we would get a proper 2 solid days off.
« Last Edit: 10-06-21, 11:48AM by Nomad »

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Re: Sunday premium down to time and a quarter.
« Reply #1127 on: 10-06-21, 08:51AM »
Quick question - if you opt out of Sundays can you still pick them up as overtime?

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Re: Sunday premium down to time and a quarter.
« Reply #1128 on: 10-06-21, 10:37AM »
yes