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Old 07-03-2018, 03:56 PM
Happyhonkaman Happyhonkaman is offline
 
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Tesco making staff work up all the hours missed during the bad weather. It was not the fault of staff they were unable to get into work. Unions getting involved.
They can't make people work additional hours, but they are also not obliged to pay people for the hours they missed. A lot of businesses made people take holidays for the 3 days which I thought was shitty form but there is a big hole in company income that no one will fill for them at the same time.

Are you sure Tesco are not offering the chance for people to work the hours back so they can be paid for them as opposed to having them docked?
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Old 07-03-2018, 04:10 PM
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Are you sure Tesco are not offering the chance for people to work the hours back so they can be paid for them as opposed to having them docked?
I think you might be correct here. I'm not 100% but will try and find out. Taking a day's holiday was also mentioned btw.
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Old 07-03-2018, 10:26 PM
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Wow! Just thawing out now.

Some fucking snow schtorm!

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Old 07-03-2018, 10:33 PM
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They can't make people work additional hours, but they are also not obliged to pay people for the hours they missed. A lot of businesses made people take holidays for the 3 days which I thought was shitty form but there is a big hole in company income that no one will fill for them at the same time.

Are you sure Tesco are not offering the chance for people to work the hours back so they can be paid for them as opposed to having them docked?
INTO are up in arms as well.Teachers are being asked to reduce their Easter holidays or a midterm break as the schools have been closed for too many days this year already.Between the storms in Oct and last week.Unions have suggested working them up and dropping school tours and mock exams 😂😂😂.They get 3 months off every year and they won't give back 3/4 days.Some jobs they have.
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Old 07-03-2018, 10:34 PM
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INTO are up in arms as well.Teachers are being asked to reduce their Easter holidays or a midterm break as the schools have been closed for too many days this year already.Between the storms in Oct and last week.Unions have suggested working them up and dropping school tours and mock exams 😂😂😂.They get 3 months off every year and they won't give back 3/4 days.Some jobs they have.
Selfish creeps.
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Old 07-03-2018, 10:39 PM
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INTO are up in arms as well.Teachers are being asked to reduce their Easter holidays or a midterm break as the schools have been closed for too many days this year already.Between the storms in Oct and last week.Unions have suggested working them up and dropping school tours and mock exams 😂😂😂.They get 3 months off every year and they won't give back 3/4 days.Some jobs they have.
LOL, never mind the INTO 'tis the FaceBook Moms you'd need to be aware of.

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Old 07-03-2018, 11:07 PM
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INTO are up in arms as well.Teachers are being asked to reduce their Easter holidays or a midterm break as the schools have been closed for too many days this year already.Between the storms in Oct and last week.Unions have suggested working them up and dropping school tours and mock exams 😂😂😂.They get 3 months off every year and they won't give back 3/4 days.Some jobs they have.
Not surprising.
That's the public sector for ya.
Massive sense of entitlement and fuck everyone else.
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Old 07-03-2018, 11:24 PM
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INTO are up in arms as well.Teachers are being asked to reduce their Easter holidays or a midterm break as the schools have been closed for too many days this year already.Between the storms in Oct and last week.Unions have suggested working them up and dropping school tours and mock exams 😂😂😂.They get 3 months off every year and they won't give back 3/4 days.Some jobs they have.
Get them to,come in 3-4 days in high summer!
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Old 13-03-2018, 09:43 AM
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Don't pack away your woolly jumpers just yet M8s.


Snow predicted for St Patrick's Day

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Forget rain, it looks like it could snow on the parade.

Met Eireann is forecasting snow showers on St Patrick's Day with temperatures dropping significantly over the weekend.

However, it will not be a return to the blizzard conditions experienced earlier this month.

Forecaster Liz Gavin says the east and south of the country will bear the brunt.

She said: "As we head towards the weekend, it is looking like very cold conditions are going to extend across the country for Saturday and Sunday.There is the likelihood of a few snow showers, particularly along the east and south of the country for the weekend."

The forecasters have also issued a Status Yellow Weather Advisory for tomorrow in Munster and Leinster.

They predict very wet and windy weather for the day.
https://www.irishexaminer.com/breaki...ay-832254.html
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Old 13-03-2018, 09:44 AM
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Delighted... more time off work hopefully
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