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  1. Fine but not allowing me to edit my posts has gone a bit to far please close my account
  2. IF i have had my reply then i dont need my previous post .. and considering it contained info about employer i think its right i get to delete it . i presume your talking about the link to the union agreement i was showing eemmzi briefly?
  3. This site comes across as a bit desperate to store every word you say and you cant edit or delete them. Its a forum not a NSA hardrive
  4. Sorry honey i may or may not of been dismissed i may or may not have a group grievance i may or may not have sent in a ET1 . Thats the way i like it sorry , this particular "break at end" thing is just something i need to get to the bottom of and i think i have now . I appreciate what emmzzi is saying in relation to a dismissal etc and that yous want the full story . Take care Night
  5. Omg emmzziii do you really think i would go to an ET on this alone this is one tiny thing that has not even been mentioned in the ET1 just something that the union has pointed out to me.. what book is that please? I dont think it matters if its illegal or not its still breaching there own contract , yes emmzzi its a binding contract , but it does prove that they do not follow procedures . And that according to acas if you dont get a break you can make mistakes and become stressed. Something like that anyway .. still plenty time to prepare.
  6. According to 2010 its under the health and safety section. - Appropriately scheduled meal breaks ( consistent with relevant working time legislation).This hyperlinks(which i guess was intended to be read online by email ) to the the MEAL BREAK information in 2000 which states under any attendance that only has one break it must NOT be taken/scheduled at the end. The 2000 agreement HAS NOT been super ceeded or what ever emmzzi calls it THIS IS THE TRUTH CASE OF BREAK AT END .. CLOSED although emmzzi is still rambling on a bit Breach of contract HEALTH AND SAFETY GUILTY
  7. I think its more you who cannot accept i am right we are on the subject of "break at end"
  8. According to 2010 its under health and safety section. - Appropriately scheduled meal breaks ( consistent with relevant working time legislation).This hyperlinks(which i guess was intended to be read online by email ) to the the MEAL BREAK information in 2000 which states under any attendance that only has one break it must NOT be taken at the end. THIS IS THE TRUTH CASE OF BREAK AT END .. CLOSED although emmzzi is still rambling on a bit
  9. Im talking alot under "circumstances" the et may or not be in .... I dont think it really matters there is defanetly intent for ET. but i think i have slowly got round to changing emmzzis view on this matter . I know its not easy and i dont blame her Hyeperlinks are not exzactly outstanding work from the union .. How an i meant to deal with hyperlinks at the tribunal?
  10. Yes im listening emmzzi but are you listening to me? - look http://www.cwu.org/assets/_files/documents/nov_10/cwu__1288948546_Delivery_ Reps_Support_Document.pdf Appropriately scheduled meal breaks ( consistent with relevant working time legislation). specifically "hyperlinks" to the 2000 agreement - appropriately scheduled meal breaks that the union has already laid out breaks at the end are inappropriate! and they should NOT be scheduled reply?
  11. grievance / meeting with management already took place . stil refused . union not acting
  12. yes it still stands and is valid, the 2010 agreement in pdf form "hyperlinks" to the 2000 agreement
  13. ACAS , read it and weap Contracts of employment may well allow for additional breaks, such as an hour for lunch and a tea break in the afternoon. Variations to the WTR - such as splitting the 20 minutes into two 10-minute breaks can be made as long as there has been a collective agreement with the workforce or its representatives; it can't be modified under an individual agreement with a particular worker. Workers are entitled to take their 20-minute break away from their workstations, and should do so at some point during the day rather than adding the break to the end or beginning
  14. Appropriately scheduled meal breaks ( consistent with relevant working time legislation) the relevant legislation is referring to the 2000 agreement . I think emmzzi was more focused on working time regulations and not the current legislation within the company easy mistake to make
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