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  1. Hi, i wonder if anyone could advise on this I work in the NHS and around 2006 we had a new pay structure implemented called "agenda for change" . It worked out that my basic pay actually dropped but other allowences i.e. working nights and weekends and working in inner London actually gave me an overall raise. i received an updated letter at the time confirming my updated terms and conditions Now, since then the job that i do has had a multitude of extra tasks/requirements added to it although the job description and person specification has remained the same When i question a new role or task that i am given which was always done by someone of a higher grade in the past , i am continually told that "it changed when agenda for change was implemented" and then a manager will point out they can tell me do this new task as on my job description it states " other duties appropriate to the grade as and when required under the direction of line manager"
  2. I damaged my ankle ligaments about 10 days ago playing football. I got it checked out by the hospital the day after, no broken bones but ligament damage. I've had alot of swelling and bruising since so I went to the doctors today and he said I've likely torn my lateral ligaments. He's signed me off work for 2 more weeks as my job involves being on my feet. I was due to go away this weekend on a stag doo to a European city, however I was suppose to be going with about 7 other people from work. I have booked the days off as I was due to work this weekend, but I'm very worried about what managers at work would say if they found out I went. My parents are saying I shouldn't go but others are saying will be ok. I'm trying to find out what would be the right thing do in this situation? Thanks.
  3. My job is currently at threat from redundancy - which has given me obvious cause to check my contract in more detail. It appears that my notice period is not in line with my colleagues. I joined 5 years ago as a junior straight from university. Whilst my responsibilities, seniority & salary have increased during this time I have not signed a new contract. My contract states my notice period to be 5 weeks (1 week for every year served). However of 20 in our team 17 are on a 3 month notice period as they joined as 'experienced hires'. We all have the same job title / responsibilites and I know for a fact that I am paid more than 6 others. In other words I believe my contract has not been changed through the years to reflect the 'normal contract terms' for a person of my seniority. Do I have legal redress to have my notice period increased to bring me in line with my team? They will obviously not want to change the terms right now as they are in the process of making half our team redundant!
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