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    Default Re: Care Worker - staff no longer getting 3K payment enhancements for certain shifts

    The consultation document does not mention weekday payments being removed and management have said this was a mistake to omit it but they say it was mentioned at the meeting (it wasn't).

    Does the consultation have to start again or can it go on with this detail missing from the paperwork?

    I've tried the union but they have failed to reply to this same question from the workplace rep (he has e-mailed 3 times)!


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    Do you know this? It might be true as I know of NHS trusts where executive Directors have received large increases even though the organisations cannot recruit enough staff, but it sounds unlikely.


    Is it true or is it simply a rumour?
    I know this to be true as it is stated in the consultation document.


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    Default Re: Care Worker - staff no longer getting 3K payment enhancements for certain shifts

    try and get they workplace rep to formally fail to agree on this point and get a full time officer involved. If nothing else it will buy more time and make them focus more clearly


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    Default Re: Care Worker - staff no longer getting 3K payment enhancements for certain shifts

    It depends entirely on what their recognition agreement (if they have one) says. Technically no, they don't have to consult. At all, never mind stay it again. They could simply issue notice of termination of contract, and issue the terms of the new contract. That's all the law requires of them. If they have no recognition agreement that sets down negotiating rights, then their agreement is irrelevant and the employer can simply continue to serve notice and new terms. They may agree to not do so - but that would be a choice by the employer.



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