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  1. So the long and short of it I will get screwed regardless. If I dispute my hours and say I should be getting the 54 still they can just say goodbye because I have been less than 2 years in this employment. Would it make any difference that a new company joined forces and that's when my hours were changed. What ever happened to workers rights. They have said that they can not find my original contract or the replacement one which came into force when the 1st lockdown started. Also would my 2 years only start from when I was re-instated as was made r
  2. It had no date ending as the Interim contract only states that the hours required will be from 8am to 530pm Monday thru to Saturday with 1 day of the weekend off. The manager at the time also had the exact same wording on her interim contract although she has since moved positions within the company and has a new contract to state so. The question I need to know is the interim contract a direct replacement for the old contract? As I was made redundant the original contract surely is null and void and the interim was the replacement. Would they not require
  3. My contract when I started was 20 hours pw permanent. I was then made redundant. They brought me back in with a interim contract which stated I was now employed for 54 hours pw. This ended without any notice after 5 months. No new contract with reduced hours was ever presented to me
  4. I began working for my current employer 2020. I started with a contract for 20 hours. When covid started they advised that I was being made redundant. After 2 weeks they reinstated me with an interim contract of 54 hours as other members of my team couldn't come back due to health issues. I was doing 6 days a week every week for just under 6 months. They have then cut my hours back to 30 hours a week. I have been advised that if you have an interim contract for more than 12 weeks it becomes your new contract. Can anyone advise me on this. I
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