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i was just reading about the rules about unpaid work for my friend can anyone update me about the rules and conditions etc Read More
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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
i was just reading about the rules about unpaid work for my friend can anyone update me about the rules and conditions etc
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6m, 1w agoPosted 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Hi Princess, nice to see you :)

Do you mean the rules regarding doing unpaid work whilst receiving benefits, JSA etc?
#2
Google it it's not hard... Acas and do it for yourself
#3
deeky
Hi Princess, nice to see you :)

Do you mean the rules regarding doing unpaid work whilst receiving benefits, JSA etc?


no deeky sir i mean unpaid holiday whilst working
#4
xbox360man
Google it it's not hard... Acas and do it for yourself


i was just asking its not a crime
#5
I believe that it depends on the employer, though there is no legal right to unpaid leave as far as I know - e.g. If you use all your holiday you can't generally then just keep taking time off unpaid instead. What are the circumstances?
#6
princess23
deeky
Hi Princess, nice to see you :)
Do you mean the rules regarding doing unpaid work whilst receiving benefits, JSA etc?
no deeky sir i mean unpaid holiday whilst working
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I'm not sure there are any rules? I don't think they have to grant you unpaid leave if they can't release you.

You don't mean unpaid maternity leave do you?
#7
They need to speak to their employer
Don't get what you mean by what rules you have time off work and don't get paid, have too much then get sacked lol

Edited By: stefromuk on Jan 05, 2017 19:33: .
#8
princess23
xbox360man
Google it it's not hard... Acas and do it for yourself


i was just asking its not a crime


Nicely said. What is it with the google brigade
#9
Any absences you take off work unpaid (eg not annual leave and not sickness) maybe you're taking it off to look after sick children etc. Is totally within your employers discretion.
#10
My employer is very flexible. When I request time off I can either book it out of my holiday entitlement,book it as unpaid leave or stay behind /come in early to make the time up.
Every employer has their own set of rules that they make up.
#11
If you were just reading about it can you not update us?

Cheers.
#12
There is no statutory right to unpaid leave, it is at the discretion of the employer. Maternity/paternity is different
#13
Employer percific. If employer says no,that is it.
#14
Specific to each employment. No legal right to paid holidays, this will have been discussed at start of employment.
If you are entitled to paid holiday and you take too much then the emloyer would naturally not pay you. If youve taken too much over the year at year end your employer is well within their rights to have this deducted from your pay.
#15
There are no rules except employer rules. It is entirely at your employers discretion to allow you unpaid leave or not. You will need your line manager's approval so approach them in the first instance. I took unpaid leave this year, which i had to ask a year in advance as my employer is not into allowing staff to take unpaid leave because we are so busy.
#16
farmeruk1
Employer percific. If employer says no,that is it.


'Percifically' speaking, It's different on either side of the "specific" ocean
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[i]Edited By: itsdavidjones1984 on Jan 05, 2017 22:38: typo lol. the irony!
#17
itsdavidjones1984
farmeruk1
Employer percific. If employer says no,that is it.
'Percifically' speaking, It's different on either side of the "specific" ocean[edit_reasons] [i]Edited By: itsdavidjones1984 on Jan 05, 2017 22:38: typo lol. the irony!

Did you enjoy posting that?
#18
willhay555
itsdavidjones1984
[quote=farmeruk1] Employer percific. If employer says no,that is it.
'Percifically' speaking, It's different on either side of the "specific" ocean


Loved it. I got so hyped up that I even made a typo myself

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