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Keeping In Touch Days

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Way2Tired Tue 10-Feb-15 16:05:40


any of you had any experience regarding the KIT days? any useful advice on how to plan it? i have to deal with a not so friendly manager in planning this, and in all honesty im scared to say anything so i wont lose my job..

Unexpected Tue 10-Feb-15 16:40:53

What is your issue? Do you want to do some KIT days but your manager is not being helpful? Or are you being forced to do some KIT days which you don't feel are necessary? Or something else? They are not mandatory.

Way2Tired Tue 10-Feb-15 16:53:05

i dont mind doing the kit days.. i like my job ( at least most of the times) but the way im being required to do it is sort of like forcing me into it.. and considering the manager who does it is the workplace bully im a bit worried to say no.

Nolim Tue 10-Feb-15 16:57:37

For me they were a goid oportunity to catch up. But no one forced me.

CurlyWurlyCake Tue 10-Feb-15 18:45:58

KIT days are exactly that. Days you can choose to keep in touch, days used for training if you do so to keep in touch.

Do you have any days you wish to attend or is it that the manager request you to attend a day?

Don't forget 1 KIT day is measured in hours, you don't have to do a full day.

littleladybird14 Tue 10-Feb-15 21:27:16

You're under no obligation to work KIT days in the same way your employer does not need to offer them. As curly says you don't have to work a full day so even just a couple of hours.

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