04 Mar 2020, 12:50
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04 Mar 2020, 15:02
RMCJA96 wrote:Thanks for this.
I work in a large office so I'm assuming the workload will be greater for no extra pay? Even if you go over? What about clocking out late? Surely if they're happy to pay you less for finishing early they'd have the decency to pay extra still for having a large workload/finishing late?
RMCJA96 wrote:Is there anything else I should be aware of? A lot of what I've read that's been posted to me doesnt make much sense as I'm quite out of the loop.
04 Mar 2020, 15:10
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04 Mar 2020, 18:25
postieblueshirt wrote:Best advice make sure you are in the union.
04 Mar 2020, 18:35
Celgar wrote:postieblueshirt wrote:Best advice make sure you are in the union.
You do not have to be in the union to respect the vote and not turn up for work during industrial action.
04 Mar 2020, 18:43
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04 Mar 2020, 18:49
twoloops wrote:If you are worried about going on strike ask your DOM to use the strike day as your day off?
05 Mar 2020, 21:22
2yearpostie wrote:ok issue 1.
If you work in a small office that work is gone for good along with 1 in 6 posties ( probably new starters) who will be offered a relocation on a take it or leave it basis.
06 Mar 2020, 20:41
RMCJA96 wrote:twoloops wrote:If you are worried about going on strike ask your DOM to use the strike day as your day off?
Good idea, I have a feeling many people will do this though