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Quote from: Nomad on 20-01-23, 09:23AMQuote from: chris9997 on 20-01-23, 09:06AMYes lateness is paid as it is illegal not to pay , however tesco get around this by coding as paid leave so anyone see 15 minutes paid leave come up on wage slip this is coming off holiday.(for work and pay stores.)Late for work ! lose holiday pay/allowance not sure that's legit
Quote from: chris9997 on 20-01-23, 09:06AMYes lateness is paid as it is illegal not to pay , however tesco get around this by coding as paid leave so anyone see 15 minutes paid leave come up on wage slip this is coming off holiday.(for work and pay stores.)
Quote from: Sherwoodforest on 28-01-23, 10:51AM@loki isnt being late a breach of contract?
Quote from: Tesc0Wow on 03-03-23, 02:02AMDoes anyone know how they receive their payslip after they leave? I've recently left the company and have just noticed my pay is significantly less than it was the previous few months, despite me working full time so only do max 1-2hrs overtime a week. Just a bit confused. Also how would I go about raising a pay query after I've left the company? I left after the pay cutoff (in the last week).
Quote from: Elly1519 on 10-12-23, 09:07AMDundonaldPayslipview no longer exists (it did need an activation code). You need to check your payslips via the MyTesco app or Work&Pay.
Quote from: Jake of all on 22-01-23, 07:42PMRetro means from a previous pay period. It is nothing to do with being late, which is a paid absence.
Quote from: oldfashionedplayer on 22-01-24, 06:02AMI tried looking for the information but can't currently find it, I know I saw posts back when yammer was around with it being 10 minutes either sideuntil it generated an exception, so if you clicked in at 8:50, it was only after 9:10 that it would generate an exception... Its just they want the 3 minute thing as working hours thing says clock in when you are ready to work, not beforehand, whereas before people would arrive half an hour before shift and clock in, know we did for years without issues.You've also got the leigh way of washing hands and such for 2 minutes, heading to colleague area all the way there counts as still on shop floor, if you've got anything to put back such as pda's or signing stuff in /out that needs to also be done before you clock out... So make use of your time..Clock in 3 minutes early, clock out 3 minutes early, if they pull you, say you want your pay for every minute your entitled to if you are to start when you clock in
Quote from: Kezza77 on 06-02-24, 08:11PMI don't know if I'm posting in the right place. My daughter has just received a payslip that has £600 deducted due to retro -69 hours of holiday pay? She thinks these are holidays throughout 2023. It has left her with £300 for the month, after working 45hrs overtime plus her contracted hours. This seems a lot to take out of one pay slip, even if it was an overpayment.
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