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35 hour Tuesday to Saturday

07 Sep 2020, 17:45

daveyeff wrote:was heavy today. first Monday in a while. for our office anyway.
Yeah, we had a fair bit on our plate today, too. But I still managed to smash out all my door-to-doors today. That leaves the rest of the week without any ink on my fingers to moan about. :nana

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Don't we just hate having ink on our fingers from handling those door-to-doors? And when we stop to scratch our nose or rub our chin with inky fingers...
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35 hour Tuesday to Saturday

12 Sep 2020, 18:19

2yearpostie wrote:We all know whats coming, 3 days for letters 7 for parcels/specials.

plus at least 1 in 6 will not be working for us anymore so you get 18% more work and a rotating working week with a Saturday and a Sunday nice well done chaps!

35 hour Tuesday to Saturday

12 Sep 2020, 19:05

We all know whats coming, 3 days for letters 7 for parcels/specials. asked union rep if he had heard anything ,said exactly that .

35 hour Tuesday to Saturday

12 Sep 2020, 20:00

It's not going to 3 days they've already ruled that out in their statement to market. Some of these reps talk utter shite.

It would be too big a jump in one go but I think 5 days is pretty much nailed on and who knows what the future might bring?

35 hour Tuesday to Saturday

12 Sep 2020, 23:14

it wont be 3 days but it might be in 5 years :sad:

35 hour Tuesday to Saturday

12 Sep 2020, 23:32

I was told a few months ago that Mondays are going from a good source and that we will also do parcels and Specials seven days a week. As for the 20000 job losses, well I know a lot of people who would walk tomorrow if the money was right.

35 hour Tuesday to Saturday

13 Sep 2020, 13:28

No one likes Saturdays do they?.

35 hour Tuesday to Saturday

14 Sep 2020, 17:50

Rommagic wrote:No one likes Saturdays do they?.


I guess most people would be happy to work Monday to Friday.

Personally my wife works every Saturday and Sunday so I prefer to have a day off during the week so we actually get some time together.

Ideally when whatever changes happen finally happen there will be a range of duty patterns to suit everyone. Although I guess that will be more likely at LAT offices than non LAT offices.

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