07 Nov 2018, 21:28
08 Nov 2018, 01:36
hans solo wrote:mgmt insisting i have to take 20/20 min split break to fit in with work plan
i cannot have full 40 unless p&l partner agrees to it before commencing duty
when do i take other 20 mins they surely cant force it at end of duty
and can i ask to return to office for other 20 (duty 10 miles away ) for welfare reasons ie hot food /drink
not prepared to sit in van not hygenic enough
mgmt seem to think i take 20 mins at say 9am then have final break at 2.10 pm at end of duty
partner doesnt take any break (part time ) so hes due to finish before myself as well
to say its a mess is an understatement
think they may try to force partner to take breaks so where does he stand if mgmt force this upon him but not the rest of pt office staff discrimination ?
any answers helpful as i expect to be in for questioning
08 Nov 2018, 06:16
08 Nov 2018, 10:42
clashcityrocker wrote:The meal relief pattern should be decided by an office vote.
If the office votes for 20/20 then everyone takes 20 minutes before delivery and 20 at the end of the shift.
Managers can decide when you take your meal relief ( it is in the WTD ) but we have collective bargaining so it should be agreed by the workforce.
08 Nov 2018, 15:24
08 Nov 2018, 15:31
HOW CAN IT BE DECIDED BY AN OFFICE VOTE. YOU HAVE PEOPLE STARTING AT ALL DIFFERENT TIMES. THAT'S B.S. SO YOUR SAYING THAT FULLTIMERS CAN DECIDE THEY WANT THEIR BREAK AFTER SAY, 3 HOURS JUST WHEN PART TIMERS ARE COMING IN AND THEY NEED TO TAKE A BREAK STRAIGHT AWAY BECAUSE DO.WHICH ELSE VOTED FOR THAT. AWAY AND BILE HER HEED.
08 Nov 2018, 15:43
08 Nov 2018, 16:43
08 Nov 2018, 17:48
08 Nov 2018, 18:19
clashcityrocker wrote:Given that a part timer on less than 6 hours/day isn't legally entitled to any break, then the timing of it is pretty irrelevant.
Do you want 30 minutes at the start, 30 at the end or none at all, just 30 minutes extra work?
A lot of offices are 50/50 full-time to part time, so the idea of p/t staff being stiffed by their colleagues is not applicable.
With a little bit of thought and a little bit of flexibility you can come up with solutions but given the great differences in offices you won't come up with a one size fits all solution.
What you can't have is people deciding they are above the democratic choice of the office.t is a workplace not a playground.
08 Nov 2018, 21:38
08 Nov 2018, 23:05
09 Nov 2018, 06:17
hans solo wrote:that will do me
14 Nov 2018, 20:56
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