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    Jon L. Obscene's Avatar Canadain potatoes!!!
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    I need to know the ratio for earning holiday at work.

    I know it's something like every 20 days work you get 1 day holiday, what I need to know is how many hours do you have to work to get 1 hour holiday.

    I need this to work out how much money my wanker of an ex-boss owes me since I hav't had a holiday yet. I have googled it but it does'nt give me the info I want.

    Any help would be greatly apreciated

    btw this will probably only apply to uk law and it's uk law I need to know

    Jonno

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    peat moss's Avatar Software Farmer BT Rep: +15BT Rep +15BT Rep +15
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    In Canada its 4 % of your earnings . Work a year you get 4% or two weeks off what ever is greater . If you have a union job or work for a certain lenght of time you get 6% or what every your union fought for.


    I get 4 weeks because of my 10 years service but every company is different .
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    does 160 hours work = 24 hours holiday then?

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    peat moss's Avatar Software Farmer BT Rep: +15BT Rep +15BT Rep +15
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    I would phone a goverment service to find out if the plick is ripping you off. Like the employment office or ............


    Like this from a quick google :

    http://www.dti.gov.uk/er/work_time_regs/wtr7.htm
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    Jon L. Obscene's Avatar Canadain potatoes!!!
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    In uk you earn 4 weeks per year, but considering I hav'nt worked a full year this tax year and my hours fluctuate week to week I need it broken down to hours so I can work out how much he owes me.

    @Dave..... I dunno mate, thats what I wanna know

    Jonno

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    peat moss's Avatar Software Farmer BT Rep: +15BT Rep +15BT Rep +15
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    From my link I get this ?

    For example:

    * A full-time worker who is in his or her third month of employment would have built up 5 days' leave. (The annual entitlement of 20 days multiplied by 3/12 equals 5 days).
    * A part-timer who works three days a week and is still in his or her first month of employment would be able to take one day's leave. The annual entitlement of 12 days (four weeks times three days a week) multiplied by 1/12 equals one day.
    * A full-time worker who is in his or her eighth month of employment would have built up 13 days' leave. The annual entitlement of 20 days multiplied by 8/12 equals 13.33 days, which is rounded up to 13 days.

    Requests to take leave in the first year are subject to the same notice requirements as any other leave: see section below Giving notice to take leave.

    At the end of a period of employment a worker will be able to claim for payment in lieu for any leave outstanding, calculated on a pro rata basis from the first day of the leave year or employment to the last day of employment, irrespective of how long that period may be in the current leave year. In this instance, leave is not rounded up to the nearest half day, but is paid on the actual amount due. For example, if a worker had accrued 2.66 days, then they would be paid for 2.66 days and not three days.


    Holy fuck did a govnermemt worker or a lawyer type that up ? 2.66 days ?


    I'll get my coat .............
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    Jon L. Obscene's Avatar Canadain potatoes!!!
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    Yeah I got that, but whats classed as a day?
    I've worked everything from 1 hour to 20 hours in a day, if I work 20 2 hour days it must be different to if I worked 20 8 hour days?
    This fucker owes me money, he's ripped me off and cost me a lot of money, I WILL get what I'm owed, by force if nesesarry, I'm not gonna be walked over and ripped off by anyone let alone a c*nt like him.

    Jonno
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    If you worked more than 8 hours that should be overtime ? Like time and a half instead of $12 an hour its $18 . Like I said Jon phone someone to understand your rights . Just don't do it on your lunch break you'll be on the hold button for ever do it on his time . Its money you worked hard for and your intitled to it .
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    Jon L. Obscene's Avatar Canadain potatoes!!!
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    Ok first...... I can''t phone anyone, it's saturday.
    second: I could'nt do it on my lunch break considering I told my boss to stick his job on thursday

    Which in hiensight was a mistake mainly due to my stupid temper which may now have cost me dearly.
    I walked out without warning so I might not be entitled to anything..... by law.

    Jonno

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon L. Obscene
    Yeah I got that, but whats classed as a day?
    I've worked everything from 1 hour to 20 hours in a day, if I work 20 2 hour days it must be different to if I worked 20 8 hour days?
    This fucker owes me money, he's ripped me off and cost me a lot of money, I WILL get what I'm owed, by force if nesesarry, I'm not gonna be walked over and ripped off by anyone let alone a c*nt like him.

    Jonno
    You shouldn't be working 20 hour days, it's contrary to the European Working Time Directive.

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