11 Apr 2019, 11:23
11 Apr 2019, 11:27
Is that Gatwick MC pdf soreadsheet london specific or are those rates the same for the rest of the country?
11 Apr 2019, 11:34
tabact wrote:The worse shift is what I normally do 4 hours where we always got paid in full. I'll see my money drop £4.88 per shift and I usually managed to take an unofficial 20 minute break anyway.
11 Apr 2019, 12:36
NW11851 wrote:Kocur and Roberts Ave done us all a favour, whatever you May think.
In the long-term, this has opened the floodgates to (nearly) full equality.
Christmas Bonus and perks,
Door Keys etc
In the long run, I think we will all be better off.
There are other cases at The a Employment Tribunals awaiting hearings.
Angard don’t want to ‘engage’ with ACAS and RM are unhappy - particularly as at least one of the cases quoted the Kocur and Roberts judgements. RM know they are on a loser and are having difficulty comping to terms with that.
Angard are now recruiting their second batch of 100 Casuals this year.
Presumably they are hoping to save costs by only calling in staff with less than 12 weeks.
That went well on Monday and Wednesday Lates - the two newbies could not tell the difference between Cirst and Se ind clas parcel sacks and routed everything randomly.
20 Apr 2019, 08:20
20 Apr 2019, 08:41
Ljhowie100 wrote:I don't know if you know about it but Irwin Mitchell are taking Angard and Royal Mail to Leeds court for not adhering to the 12 week working regulations which states equal pay, overtime etc, as the RM Employees. My husband works for Pertemps who are trying the same thing. It's illegal not to pay the same so I would give Irwin Mitchell a ring, the more people that give them information the better. And just where did they get the overtime rate from (I think their calculator is broken lol', its lower than the normal rate) who is going to work overtime for that!
20 Apr 2019, 16:17
15 Jun 2019, 16:28
16 Jun 2019, 16:05
Ljhowie100 wrote:I can't get over how these agencies are saying it's because of paid breaks etc. It's all crap agency workers are entitled to paid breaks if the RM employee gets them. They are not doing us any favours. Parity pay us parity pay, the exact same as the equivalent RM worker paid breaks, holidays, shift allowances etc. My husband is not on for Angard but he's on for Pertemps. I don't see how they can reduce the hourly rate plus are you getting less money per hour overtime than you get for normal hourly rate?