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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #200 on: 14-05-20, 03:54PM »
Full 12 weeks @5 days per week = 60 days - 10 days holiday equivalent to 1/6 = 50 days paid
4 weeks @ 5 days days per week = 20 days - 3. 25 days holiday equivalent to 1/6 = 16.75 days paid holiday.

Pro rata being your days per week, if less than 5 would be the equivalent % to if you had the full 12 weeks.
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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #201 on: 15-05-20, 10:08AM »
It's a percentage. You need to take two weeks holiday but as you have started your isolation later on it goes on a percentage. For instance, someone I work with has chosen to come back early, they are contracted to three days so would have had to take six days holiday but as they came back early it's now only four. The big however is that if you happen to have holidays already booked these still stand. So if you have two weeks pre-booked between now and 11th June they will still stand. If someone was going to off for the full 12 weeks and they had three weeks pre-booked holiday they would still have to take them.

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #202 on: 15-05-20, 10:28AM »
Hi, I have a lifestyle break that I booked last year for six weeks. I need to cancel this as I am unable to go for health reasons(shielded) a and travel restrictions   What should I do, help and advice please.

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #203 on: 15-05-20, 12:45PM »
When is the break booked for?? If imminent you should contact your area people partner ASAP, preferably by email for later proof of contact. Have you checked on the Tesco policies online, does the lifestyle section give scenario of cancelled lifestyle break? Bear in mind that lifestyle breaks contain a two week holiday, which has already been deducted by your sheilding absence, so it needs to be clarified whether they will continue to use those two weeks as pre booked holiday, but don't initiate the question, just be aware and ready to cite as unfair!
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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #204 on: 15-05-20, 02:57PM »
Hi I booked lifestyle break and approved on 27/7/2019
I only had to use 1 week holiday when booked. Can I cancel in advance
Holidays I have already booked for later in the year?
 

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #205 on: 15-05-20, 03:05PM »
How do I get in touch with my people partner? I am shielded from 1/4/20 until 30/6/20.
Lifestyle break from 15/06/20 I week holiday then another five weeks lifestyle break.Any help appreciated.




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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #206 on: 15-05-20, 04:41PM »
Contact your store who will have the info for them

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #207 on: 15-05-20, 06:04PM »
I'm currently on a lifestyle break , the rules changed earlier this year , it is all done through your manager now so probably check with them first .

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #208 on: 15-05-20, 08:31PM »
The amount of holidays you can take on a lifestyle break depends on how many you’ve earned to date. Your lifestyle break is unpaid so if you were allowed too many holidays and decided not to return after your break Tesco have no way of getting the money back from overpaid unearned holidays.

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #209 on: 16-05-20, 11:29AM »
Bonny Heather highlights a good point there, as the lifestyle break is unpaid, but your shielding is paid! So you need to get this lifestyle break cancelled, pretty pronto! You would be wise to request a written acknowledgement that the lifestyle break has been voided! In this unprecedented situation, I would imagine it wouldn't be problematic, as the shielding commenced first, so should be deemed as the accepted absence and coded as such.

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #210 on: 18-05-20, 03:07PM »
Hi I booked my lifestyle break last September and at that time it was only one weeks holiday.
I spoke to my manager today he said he would let me know
I’m not able to get the lifestyle policy
But I will put it in writing.
« Last Edit: 18-05-20, 03:43PM by Nomad »

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #211 on: 19-05-20, 03:03PM »
Hi just wondering does anyone know answer to this. I am off the 12 weeks. I received a letter from both my GP and hospital team. Am due back to work round 11 June. Am I classed as clinically vunerable or clinically extremely vunerable. There is so much confusion. I’m in Northern Ireland store so haven’t been told to shield until end of June as per government guidelines. Both letter state I would be at risk of severe illness if I caught virus.
« Last Edit: 19-05-20, 03:14PM by Palmanova »

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #212 on: 19-05-20, 03:50PM »
I’m guessing since Tesco follows government policy, and the government hasn’t exactly been forthcoming on what vulnerable people should do? They are waiting for more info? Honestly no idea what Tesco are going to do

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Re: Over 70s Isolation
« Reply #213 on: 19-05-20, 07:34PM »
I feel the company is waiting for government guidance on shielding but i know a lot in the store I'm in aren't expecting a lot of those who are shielding returning to work after the 12 weeks.

I guess what happens for us temps depends on what happens with the shielding.

I'm enjoying being in the store I'm in so keeping a lookout for permanent vacancies.

 

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