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to not to the shift now?

(7 Posts)
Altinkum Tue 28-Jul-15 07:41:39

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ItsMeImHere Tue 28-Jul-15 07:44:50

I think it would be reasonable to refuse to do it. You asked them to let you know in a way that was best for you, but they ignored that and didn't exactly respond within a reasonable time frame. Unless ypu particularly need the income from the shift, then it's fair to say no.

Have a lovely day with your children smile

Flossyfloof Tue 28-Jul-15 07:46:16

I think I would do it but speak to whoever organises the shifts to make sure that they have your info written down. Don't cut your nose off to spite your face - but I can see why you are irritated.

Flossyfloof Tue 28-Jul-15 07:47:56

Oops sorry if your children know about the plans that might be different! <unhelpful>

FishWithABicycle Tue 28-Jul-15 07:49:53

Yanbu to refuse to do it. Reply saying "sorry, only just seen this - I did say that I would need confirmation ASAP by phone - unfortunately it is now too late for me to arrange alternate childcare."

Altinkum Tue 28-Jul-15 07:55:27

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DoreenLethal Tue 28-Jul-15 08:22:33

you won't look a right twat if you say 'Sorry, as I explained, I needed to know by the home phone last night so that I could sort childcare. Maybe next time'.

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