05 May 2019, 07:54
05 May 2019, 08:11
05 May 2019, 15:28
ennabee wrote:only ever heard of that kind of money paid to Angard employees for Sunday shifts
05 May 2019, 18:03
polarka wrote:ennabee wrote:only ever heard of that kind of money paid to Angard employees for Sunday shifts
Is there a regular 8-hour long shift on every Sunday with such a pay rate?
05 May 2019, 20:04
07 May 2019, 16:49
07 May 2019, 21:44
10 May 2019, 10:23
10 May 2019, 18:42
polarka wrote:Thank you very much. As I can see it applies after 12 weeks of employment. I guess until then they pay less.
I read that in reviews 40hrs/week is not guaranteed. Is that true?
I also read that one may not work 8 or more hours in a shift. Now looking at the table you shared, I am not sure how things work usually. Could I work from 8PM to 2AM? Or am I allowed to work from 8PM to 530AM?
10 May 2019, 19:32
11 May 2019, 23:47
19 May 2019, 10:44
NW11851 wrote:My error - apologies.
Please find attached the current grid.
19 May 2019, 13:45
19 May 2019, 15:28
NW11851 wrote:Length of Service. There’s another increase after 5 years - if you last that long.
19 May 2019, 15:33
19 May 2019, 15:57
Smir wrote:get more than the people out in all weathers delivering all the stuff.. strange...
19 May 2019, 19:44
tabact wrote:The idea is that if you take all the additional benefits that RM employees get such as a much higher pension, sick pay, uniform supplied then the higher hourly rate is supposed to compensate for Angard staff not getting these, like recently when our hourly rate was cut due to the breaks now being paid. In theory AWR qualified Angard staff and RM staff should get identical wages inclusive of work place benefits. How they actually calculate it is known only to Royal Mail.Smir wrote:get more than the people out in all weathers delivering all the stuff.. strange...
The rates that were uploaded for Gatwick are higher than other parts of the country due to being in the south-east, depends where your DO is. The rates are even higher for London MCs.