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Post12345 wrote:If it's only a week you could just self cert for 7 days
18 Oct 2018, 18:53
DrSatan wrote:This is the problem with RM. They expect you to work over your time when they demand! This is where the bullying and intimidation comes in.
They save on holiday, sick pay and extra pension contributions. They can save hours during times of low sickness and low holiday uptake.
Its just greed from the bosses. They are overpaid, useless and not worth the salary they are paid.
Part timers are abused by this company and it needs to stop.
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Pheonix1 wrote:expected in at 7am .
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19 Oct 2018, 06:03
Tomolo208 wrote:Don't stress. I completely understand where you are right now.
It gets better. Like really really better. You've just started and you're getting messed around, which im sorry to say is the norm for all new starters. Talk to your colleagues, ask for tips on how to get quicker and that can really help your situation.
We had a new starter last year who went home hating the job every day for the first couple of months but is now very much part of the office and is so glad to have stayed.
Talk to your manager, if finishing later is the problem and you don't mind starting earlier (and getting paid overtime). Usually the conversation goes like this.
"I'm thinking of leaving, I've got commitments which mean I have to be done before 3".
Manager:"please don't leave, I'll be a staff down before Xmas. Come in earlier and I'll pay you the overtime or I'll get someone else to prep your job"
This close to Christmas you will be wanted to stay on.
Obviously it's your choice, but this can be a great job and I've seen from my own experience that it gets better. Any questions ever just ask on here, there's a few who are really good help. Don't just find something new without trying to make it better first
19 Oct 2018, 06:39
Pheonix1 wrote:Post12345 wrote:If it's only a week you could just self cert for 7 days
Thanks for the reply!
What does self cert for 7 days mean?
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