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Vinny1985

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Retro hours
« on: 23-08-21, 08:40AM »
Sorry for probably a easy answer. But does anyone know what retro hours mean on the pay slip. Few people have - 40 to 80 pound showing.

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Re: Retro hours
« Reply #1 on: 23-08-21, 08:56AM »
It’s overtime between cutoff and previous payday that doesn’t go through on that one,
It’s so colleague’s can identify which overtime is which.

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Re: Retro hours
« Reply #2 on: 23-08-21, 11:01AM »
Thank you

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Re: Retro hours
« Reply #3 on: 24-08-21, 04:49PM »
What about retro holiday then ? I have retro holiday +£50 odd


I've had no holiday since 17th July.  The little writeup at the left of the payslip says it's from 18th July.

I spoke to cash admin woman, who said "you haven't been minused so it's ok" I said I'm more bothered about losing holiday that I haven't taken.

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Re: Retro hours
« Reply #4 on: 24-08-21, 06:17PM »
I dont think anyone human knows what Tesco payslips mean I think they paid for time on a supercomputer to make them up.

Probably why my wages go up and down by a quid or two a month while I do exactly the same hours.

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Minimum Contracted Hours?
« Reply #5 on: 01-09-21, 10:14PM »
Currently on a student contract and transfer to a university store during term time… have worked a 5-hour weekday evening shift and a 8-hour shift on Sunday for the past two years but want to cut it down to only an 8-hour shift if possible for the week…

My questions are -
1. Is there a minimum amount of hours that I am required to work per week and is it possible to get around this? Has anyone worked below the minimum contracted hours before?
2. Any advice on how to get around this if my 8-hour shift does not cover the minimum amount?

Many thanks!

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Re: Retro hours
« Reply #6 on: 02-09-21, 02:44AM »
Minimum is 7.5 hours. The only way I can think of getting round this is to take some hours as unpaid but other than for a short period of time I can’t see this being allowed. At the minimum you will still have to show another nine hours flexi or be put on a fixed hours contract.

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Re: Retro hours
« Reply #7 on: 02-09-21, 02:20PM »
The key word in the policy is normally.
Normally they won't have a contract less than 7.5 hours, but they can if they want to.
You can submit a flexible working request and ask for a change of working hours.

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Re: Retro hours
« Reply #8 on: 02-09-21, 03:13PM »
Yes your correct for Hram, however under Work&Pay the minimum allowed is 7.5 hours, my store and those local to mine had to increase all colleagues to 7.5 if they were on less than that before the transition happened

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Re: Retro hours
« Reply #9 on: 07-09-21, 03:03PM »
My understanding is that you can reduce your hours to below 7.5. 

We just don't recruit colleagues initially on less than 7.5 hours.

For example if you worked sat sun 5 hours each day you are able to permanently drop the Sunday and just work 5 hours on a Saturday.