29 Apr 2020, 06:15
29 Apr 2020, 06:21
29 Apr 2020, 07:01
NW11851 wrote:The rates vary across the country.
I have a copy of the Tariff Sheet for my MC. (Attached)
Three years ago, when I became AWR qualified, my pay rate increased by 56%.
29 Apr 2020, 08:23
29 Apr 2020, 08:25
29 Apr 2020, 12:55
NW11851 wrote:1 You must do at least 1 shift per week
2 You can have gaps of up to 5 weeks but if you do this it will take approx 60 weeks to clamber to the higher rate.
3 The money may me on the Sunday night shifts but ANGARF staff only get those if
a) Your face fits
b) The MC is truly desperate (as they are at the moment)
C) Most Angard shifts are either 18:30 to 22:00 Monday to Friday. Or overnight.
d) Monday’s is usually when they invariably want staff, Tuesday’s also. Friday’s a a little.
Otherwise it can be ‘pot luck’
In ‘normal’ times it’s usually not possible to pay rent/mortgages on the basis os working for Angard.
Many staff are either retired, with a pension or have a day job.
Pay hasn’t risen since April 2019.
When a pay rise comes in, I ask the for the Tariff Sheet.
They happily send it out to those who ask
29 Apr 2020, 12:57
Lockardian wrote:That’s correct - you need to work at least one shift a week. The rate goes up on your 13th payslip - if you have a week off it will take a week longer to reach the higher rate.
Be aware that any hours over 38 hours are classed as overtime and - crazily - are paid at a lower rate. So beware working a Sunday if that takes you over 38 hours coz that entire shift is allegedly paid at the lower overtime rate.