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EU agency workers' ruling...perverse interpretation by employers!

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by governorgraham, Nov 23, 2011.

  1. You do not have to work 12 consecutive weeks, if you work for a week in a school then have a week off or at another school then come back again to the first school in week 3, you will be in the seond qualifying week and so on. You will need to be away from that school for more than 6 weeks to have you qualifying clock reset.
    Simply stopping you from working for a week will not work.
    There are other ways though that you friendly agent may try to stop you getting what is due, I have heard most of them unfortunately but please add to this thread with what is being mentioned.
     
  2. On this occasion the qualifying clock would pause at week eight and when they returned would start again in week nine (as long at time of sick were no longer than 28 weeks)
     

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