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Minus Hours
« on: 12-08-18, 01:24AM »
Here is a link to how many hours I did last month. (I think so anyway, I'm not very good with payslips. https://i.imgur.com/2prAjvg.png
I'm going to assume minus hours means money has been taken off me since that is appearing in the deductions on the payslip for 54.14. However, I don't know how 5.50 hours can cause 54.14 to be deducted. I'm contracted to a Sunday, so is it possible that might be what has been taken off me for being late? (I will admit I am sometimes late, whoever being late so often that it adds to five and a half hours is ridiculous).

On another interesting note, I was looking at the policy for lateness, and saw this: https://i.imgur.com/WwuAEVi.png

So, in the event that I am told those deducted hours is for lateness, why on Earth does it say in the policy that they can't colleagues must always be paid even if they are late? I have not called in sick once for many months now, and it is usually deducted with a separate name on the payslip anyway, so that reason can be ruled out. I also don't recall clocking out early (if anything, I stay for longer than what I'm supposed to), so the only reason I can think of is being late, but the policy seems to contradict this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Re: Minus Hours
« Reply #1 on: 12-08-18, 01:57AM »
£55.14 equates exactly to 5.50 hours at Sunday rate. ie x £8.02 x 1.25 = £55.1375 rounded to £55.14.  Do you work 5.5 hours (six hours with  30 minutes break) on a Sunday?  If so, it looks like you've been docked a full Sunday shift, for whatever reason.


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Re: Minus Hours
« Reply #2 on: 12-08-18, 02:03AM »
Hm. That could be the case but I don't think it is because I forgot to say that I'm on pay grade D, (sorry!) so I get 8.59 a hour. also, isn't the rate of pay for B/C 8.18 now? I work from 12:30 - 6 on a Sunday which is 5.25 hours with the break deducted so I'm still really confused how this is all adding up to 54.14. Such a random number :/


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Re: Minus Hours
« Reply #3 on: 12-08-18, 04:35AM »
Are you contracted to a monday??as it could be uve worked the bank holiday and had minus hours for it


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Re: Minus Hours
« Reply #4 on: 12-08-18, 08:00AM »
Don't suppose you noticed the 6.00 hours Sunday overtime you were paid? Did you do any overtime on a Sunday?