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    Only worked and been payed 25hrs this week + 2 days holidays I've had.. But I thought holidays don't make up too the 35hrs pay?..thanks
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  • #2
    Sorry just need a bit more clarification on this.

    Your contract is for 35 hours per week which I presume is Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm?
    You are paid weekly?
    Did you work 3 days in the week when you had 2 days holiday?
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    • #3
      Hi.. Thank for the reply.. I work in the coach industry, so not in a 9 to 5 job.. It is 35 hrs per week contract , Monday to Sunday.. I am payed Weekley.. I did 2 days work for the 25 hrs then 2 days holidays.. Hope that some help.

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      • #4
        Are you a coach driver as I am a bit concerned if you are that you have worked 25 hours in 2 days.

        What does it say in your contract as to how holiday pay is calculated?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Aled Owen View Post
          Hi.. Thank for the reply.. I work in the coach industry, so not in a 9 to 5 job.. It is 35 hrs per week contract , Monday to Sunday.. I am payed Weekley.. I did 2 days work for the 25 hrs then 2 days holidays.. Hope that some help.
          25 hours work in 2 days wouldn't be that unusual for a coach driver, but as you say it is a concern but not in itself against the rules.
          One of the reasons I gave up Lorry driving was because I felt it unsafe the amount of hours you could be forced to work.

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          • #6
            If it's classifieds as local, it's an hr rate.. I'm aloud a 15 spreadover pr day.. So could sit for 25hrs on something like rail replacement... Contract is holiday from 1st April to 31 march.. Holiday entitled 28daysper year inclusive of public holiday

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            • #7
              Can I put this another way.. Should I have had the 35hrs contracted work or pay, regardless of holiday pay?.. Thank you for your patience

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              • #8
                If you were paid for the 25 hours your worked and the equivalent pay for the two days holiday you took then that is the correct payment I believe
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                • #9
                  How many hours can a coach driver work in a day? = 9 hours per day - can be extended to 10 hours twice in any one fixed week. 45 minutes after 4Ĺ hours driving; can be split into 2 - the first of 15 minutes, the second of 30 minutes. Breaks must be used exclusively for "recuperation" but can be taken as a passenger in a moving coach.

                  A HGV driver can get no less than nine hours' daily rest within a 24-hour period up to three times in a week. This means that drivers can work three 15-hour days within the space of a week.

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