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FAB wrote:Don't they want to incentive it? In others words sorry you just missed your targets- better luck next year!
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Shaders wrote:Let em take it, I don't intend to work any harder of faster in December.
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The Royal Mail pay directive states :
The directive authorises a one off Christmas supplement to operational and operational support employees in post on 29th November 2010 who complete the four week Christmas pressure period . The payment is a flat rate of £100 per person (paid pro-rata to part time employees and will be paid on Friday 17th December 2010. The payment is not consolidated , neither is it reckonable for overtime , allowances , SA , nor pension purposes. It is liable for tax and National insurance.
Part time employees are entitled to the Xmas supplement on a pro rata basis. They will receive the payment pro rata to a full time (Eg 40/39 5/39 hours ) week according to their contracted hours on the date payment is made. Part time employees that vary their contractual hours and work full time for a two week period during the Christmas pressure period will be paid the full Christmas supplement.
Eligibility for payment is linked to employment during the Christmas pressure period.
For each full week an individual receives no pay during the pressure period ( Eg unpaid special leave etc ) the individual will lose one quarter of the supplement.
For each full week where basic pay is reduced for sick pay pension rate the individual will lose one quarter of the supplement.
For each full week where basic pay is reduced for sick half pay the individual will lose one - eighth of the supplement
For each day counted midnight to midnight excluding bank holidays on which an employee takes unofficial industrial action their supplement will be abated by 10%
for official action it will be abated by 3%