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LTB 288/19 - Royal Mail Group Holiday Pay

15 May 2019, 12:20

LTB 288/19 - Royal Mail Group Holiday Pay

14th May 2019

LTB 288/19



Royal Mail Group Holiday Pay

Further to LTB 223/19 and associated flow chart regarding the above (flow chart attached for ease of reference).

As previously advised by David Wilshire in response to Motion 65 at Postal Group Conference, please note that in Paragraphs 7 and 11, the name of the relevant Legal & Medical Secretary or Branch Secretary should now be used to complete the attached documentation.

From the date of this LTB, any ACAS registration forms that are sent to the DGS(P) Department will now be forwarded to the appropriate Branch to be completed in line with the flow chart.

Any enquiries in relation to the content of this LTB should be addressed to the DGS(P) Department.

Yours sincerely,



Ray Ellis
Acting Deputy General Secretary (Postal)

19LTB288 Royal Mail Group Holiday Pay https://emails.cwu.org/t/d-l-ptudytt-ztkjiuyil-i/

Holiday Pay Flow Chart https://emails.cwu.org/t/d-l-ptudytt-ztkjiuyil-d/

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LTB 288/19 - Royal Mail Group Holiday Pay

15 May 2019, 21:04

It`s a shame this process is so long and complicated, I`m being put off of claiming...

LTB 288/19 - Royal Mail Group Holiday Pay

15 May 2019, 22:27

surely if one person is successful should this not set a precedent and allow the whole process to progress a lot quicker for others ?

LTB 288/19 - Royal Mail Group Holiday Pay

24 May 2019, 17:32

Hi

Please could someone clarify, given the time limit for claims ("ET Claims need to be submitted no longer than 3 months from
their last period of leave or the claim will be null and void") whether you would need to submit a separate claim for each period of leave OR if you should wait until you've actually had 20 days leave (apparently this is the limit for claims) before submitting a claim (when the earlier weeks could be longer than 3 months previously).

Obviously you could have had a week off in say January and May, but your other two weeks may be later in the year or (up to the end of March) next year.

Thanks

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