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Started by Lost in Lewisham, 14-02-22, 01:49PM
Quote from: NightAndDay on 14-02-22, 02:51PMAs you're a new starter, you don't get any additional holiday on top of your statutory minimum which is 5.6 weeks pro-rata, Bank holidays don't have to be given as holiday but Tesco does, so full timers get 28 days and 8-9 bank holidays which can be taken in lieu of another day.As you're a part timer working 4 days a week, you multiply 37 days by 0.8 which should give you 22 days and 6 bank holidays to take every year.On your payslip, it tells you on tbe bottom right corner your days earned, entitled and taken and a separate part for bank holidays.
Quote from: Redshoes on 14-02-22, 08:20PMAs holidays and bank holidays are now just hours, I will update on what I have said in previous comment. Colleagues with less than 12 months service will have pro-rata holidays, depending on your start date. Your weeks are your contracted hours, this means is actual working hours so does not include breaks. So if you did 3 x 4 hour shifts this would be eleven and a quarter hours as you would get a 15 min break each day. Holidays and Bank holidays combined. Less than 12 month gets 5.6 weeksMore than 12 months but less than five years gets 6 weeks5 years but less than 10 years gets 6.6 weeks10 years but less than 15 gets 7.2 weeks15 years or more gets 7.6 weeksRemember you need to use some of these hours for Christmas and you will get a personal day that is not calculated in hours, it's still a whole day, if still employed after the end of September, it think it's September anyway.
Quote from: fatlad on 14-02-22, 10:14PMCDD not entitled to any breaks upto 5.5hr shift. We have a list of break entitlements on our colleague board in store.
Quote from: NightAndDay on 14-02-22, 05:04PMI believe they changed the 1.5 hour break for 9+ hour shifts to 45 minutes a while back.
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