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Started by Freebird123, 29-03-20, 03:09PM
Quote from: dotnochance on 03-11-20, 02:35PMits all clinically extremely vulnerable staff off, and category c staff (no idea who category c people are) oh and it looks like only the people who had occupational health are going off. when i came back i was offered OH but decided not too, guess i f***ed myself
Quote from: Started2008 on 03-11-20, 01:46PMQuote from: Pmjd84 on 03-11-20, 01:33PMThe new updated guidance is up on colleague help. The clinically extremely vulnerable and the higher tier clinically vulnerable colleagues are paid sick leave until 2nd December. This is for the whole of the UK not just EnglandI canâ€™t seem to find it would you be able to provide a link to it so I can show my manager?
Quote from: Pmjd84 on 03-11-20, 01:33PMThe new updated guidance is up on colleague help. The clinically extremely vulnerable and the higher tier clinically vulnerable colleagues are paid sick leave until 2nd December. This is for the whole of the UK not just England
Quote from: dotnochance on 03-11-20, 03:28PMOk I'll post my conditions to see why I'm a bit upset, my lifelong asthma atm is "uncontrolled" i.e. my meds are being changed about to see what works as my old inhalers don't work. I was also off with flu back in January and developed severe chest infection(which I get with flu) that I'm still taking steroid tablets 9 months later. So with my respiratory problems me getting covid wouldn't be the best idea, all I can do is "be careful" lol
Quote from: Pmjd84 on 03-11-20, 05:25PMYes I got a call soon after asking to shield for 4 weeks. Itâ€™s the people who went back to work end of June who arenâ€™t included in this shielding this time round. If you had to shield until august then youâ€™re one of the ones who should be shielding this time round. I was told they have a list from last time so Iâ€™d imagine youâ€™ll be contacted shortly if thatâ€™s you. If you went through Occupational health & you came up as category A or B then you donâ€™t need to shield. If you were off until August but didnâ€™t take the OH survey it doesnâ€™t matter, you still have to shield. If you think you should be included then you can ask your manager to request an OH review for you to fill in. I think thats explained in the above link.
Quote from: Morris999 on 02-01-21, 06:22PMWelshie, same options are open to carers this time as was in the first lockdown.Unpaid leave until the limit, Lifestyle Break or Holidays Itâ€™s just a matter of talking to your manager, thereâ€™s no real reason while it should be declined.We have a few colleagues in my store that have taken lifestyle breaks, they asked for time off and it was granted immediately.Hope this helps.
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