so changing the on call bit isnt likely to be a contractual matter. They are pre-empting a change in the law because of a big tribunal case that is waiting for a decision on so they ARENT obliged to include it in your contractual hours etc.
Basically you are likely to get a lot more in the future than you stand to lose but it the courts decide that things can stay as they are I would bet that they go back to the old system as they can still afford it
If you have another job lined up then you shoudl take it and let others sort ut the mess.
sue for constructive dismissal? I wouldnt waste my energy as you have better things to come. Dobbing in the business to the local council environmental health people ND HSE? why not
If you leave without giving you notice what are they going to do if you cite the unworkable conditions and unlawful conduct of them as an employer.
You might want to warn their suppliers you are off as well so no-one tries to use your name to order stuff. If the pub is a tied house then let the brewery know as well
its an on call allownace of £50 per night, 7 nights every 3 weeks, they want to change this to every 4 weeks
contrcat states that we agree to be excluded from the 48hr WTD
when called out we get paid the going rate for OT but still keep the on call allowance regardless.
Had these quotes and another report prepared today. Thoughts please. All can de on the companies letterheads and the other report is by one of the same companies that did the initial one.
cammack report pdf.pdf
quote 1 pdf.pdf
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Euro Car Parks issued this ticket to the police in Devon and Cornwall. Read more at https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/419522-can-anyone-identify-the-parking-company-which-issued-this-ticket-to-the-police-in-devon-and-cornwall/