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Evening ladies and gents.

 

 

Got a few questions that's being introduced at our place.

 

 

Essentially it's a 4 on, 4 off 12 hour pattern, equating to 1932 hours per year, plus we owe 13 shifts so it's 2088 hours. So at 2088 hours the legal entitlement is 252 hours or 21 shifts holiday, which they are giving us, however, this is where it's getting a bit 'grey', we are given the 21 shift allowance, but we also have to cover an additional 21 shifts, essentially making it shift 'swaps' as opposed to holidays, which in turn means our yearly hours are now at 2340 hours with effectively no actual holidays?

There are no contracts for any of us as of yet, I've only been here 6 months, others have been here years.

Finally, what's my notice period if I've only been in employment for 6 months?

 

 

Cheers,

 

 

Darren

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Hi,

 

your question is not really clear and that's probably why no answers yet.

 

Try and clarify it and you might get some good response.

 

Your notice period is in your contract.

 

After 6 months it is usually one month notice period.

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Every employment contract will be different with notice period required. The 6 months you have stated is irrelevant.

 

People are still paid weekly, every two weeks etc besides monthly

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