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My employer has asked me and a colleague to "temporarily" increase our hours meaning that we won't accrue any holiday time for the extra hours.I suspect our employer will actually expect us to work the longer hours for ever more but because they're not in our contracts,can get out of holiday pay etc.She is a small private employer who already manages to round our holiday down to slightly less than we are entitled to.So can this be done indefinitely?
I think that any increase in hours should accrue additional holiday time actually, so the fact that it's temporary shouldn't affect that - will try to find the guidance.
Thanks for that. Out of interest I'm salaried but what happens to staff who work irregular hours each week, how do you work out their holiday entitlement?
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