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  1. The staff at my place of work (local government - care work) have been told our hours (not the amount but the days and start - finish times) are going to be changed. We currently have a 4 week rota and our place is open 7 days a week. The new rota is going to have ALL staff in for 2 hours on a Friday for a staff meeting - every week. I currently work full-time but don't work Friday as that's my day off. My question is can you rota staff to come in for two hours on a day that is supposed to be their day off? Asking staff to come in for two hours stops them from picking up hours with other employers (so of the staff work for 2 or 3 different companies). Thanks for your help.
  2. Two months ago I took up a job as a care coordinator. Wage was £8. I was told Id have to cover the oncall system one weekend out of every four. Roll on two months, I am on call - both as emergency on call and backup - 7 nights a week plus one Saturday a week. I work in the office from 9-5 and have to also cover going out on calls both before and office hours and during the weekend. I am now told that I have to also cover Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and boxing day. I am not happy. Where do I stand legally? No contract has been signed. Im having a meeting with the business owner today together with the other one coordinator who is equally unhappy. Can anyone offer any advice please?
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