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Discussion in 'General Business Forum' started by mdj101, Jul 2, 2019.
The real business is discussed on the seo forum.
I had a boss once who was inflicted with a severe case of short man syndrome. In retrospect, that may have been worth a go?
If they are keeping her longer than usual hour, they should provide meal.
What does that even mean?
In schools and colleges, I've never known food to be provided unless a HoD paid for it out of their own pocket. Contracts generally are you don whatever is needed, time wise, hence why marking into the early hours on or off premises is not paid for either.
My wife works for the NHS, she is contracted till 6pm, most days she leaves off between 6.30 and 8, with the hours to be taken as TOIL, but there's never a possibility of having a week off - it has to be taken in odd days here and there. Union not interested. Life sucks for professionals. If you want rigidity, get a different job. Day before yesterday I left home at 9am, got into bed at 2.30am - all for a day rate. no breaks, no nipping to the loo - but as much tea and coffee as I wanted.
I'm of an age where the Ethiopian famine filled the news everyday...I'm sure Sir Trevor would have shunted that down to the "and finally" section if he'd known of this travesty!!