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24 May 2019, 03:13
Just a quick one an office near us is ceasing its CSS night operation resulting in one or two of the staff being displaced. We have been told that one of them is coming to our office on a possible bump. Whilst I totally agree that if we can accommodate him we should have we got to give him the duty that is being bumped as we have our own machine staff who always seem to miss out picking a better duty. Under the MTSF agreement can we say ok this person can take redundancy and then our own staff/reserves can have the chance of picking a permanent duty and the person coming in gets whatever is left. Like I said before I'm not against helping out where we can but its not always fair on our own members.
24 May 2019, 07:05
DO or MC? If it's an MC perhaps they could be trained up on whatever other machines the MC has and become a mech reserve
26 May 2019, 08:18
If the work is still available but just moved location then the employee who’s work it is gets to follow the work. Depending on location and if they want to of course.
26 May 2019, 08:23
Any of the CSS machines being moved to where the work is going to?
24 Jun 2019, 11:04
So what is the procedure regarding bumping?
I've looked for the MTSF agreement in the download section but can't seem to find it.
03 Sep 2019, 12:56
RM would look to place in a role that attracts a similar allowance otherwise the person currently on nights would have their pay protected as well as the person from the office that picks into the role. However, VR and hence a bump typically runs on a seniority pick but again the argument could be from the shift that attracts the same allowance. The section in the MTSF is towards the end, from page 55 I think. If there is no page 55 yout have an incomplete policy document
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