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Hospital Appointments

17 May 2017, 22:04

Got told today that in future all appointments should be made outside of work hours if not then, swap day off or take a days leave or if unable take a days special leave wiuthout pay,is this nationwide or is it our temp manager trying his luck, funnily enough he had an argument with one lad yesterday over an appointment for today.


Hospital Appointments

18 May 2017, 10:40

If a Royal mails managers lips are moving there is a 99.999% chance he is lying. You could always ask how are you meant to book appointments on your day off when you only find them out the Friday before. Sometimes I get appointments 3 months in advance.

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Hospital Appointments

18 May 2017, 10:45

grandypants wrote:Got told today that in future all appointments should be made outside of work hours if not then, swap day off or take a days leave or if unable take a days special leave wiuthout pay,is this nationwide or is it our temp manager trying his luck, funnily enough he had an argument with one lad yesterday over an appointment for today.

Hospital appointments generally are not made by you they come from the hospital themselves and any manager with a degree of common sense should realise this. Hospital appointments where you will be seen by a specialist for a diagnosis or a pre-op are fitted in with the specialists schedule not RM shift patterns and in this instance if unable to have the time off to attend and you have explored various methods of a swap or time clawback and this is found to be difficult then the business should accommodate you to attend your appointment time without having to encroach into your annual leave and in most cases should be paid. Hospital appointments to an out-patient departments should be able to be managed outwith your work hours unless you are seeing the specialist who dealt with you in the first instance has set times at the out-patients department. Its basically what the individual circumstances are.

Hospital Appointments

20 May 2017, 00:02

Other time off management support booklet 2016 wrote:Medical appointments: Employees should be encouraged to try and arrange medical appointments outside of
working hours, but sometimes, this is not possible. When an employee needs time off to attend an appointment that
has been scheduled during working hours, there is a legal requirement to facilitate time off. You might do this by
arranging for them to make the time up, swap shifts with a colleague or offer paid time off

http://www.royalmailchat.co.uk/mrm/Othe ... t-2016.pdf

Time off: other leave for employees wrote:Ad hoc medical and dental appointments: If you’re unable to get a medical or dental appointment outside
of working hours, speak to your manager to decide whether you can change your shift or make up the time.
In some circumstances where that’s not possible, you may get paid time off.

http://www.royalmailchat.co.uk/mrm/Time ... ummary.pdf


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