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Part-time issues

Discussion in 'Independent' started by mcd2000, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. Hi, I have currently got a teacher who went part time a few years ago wanting to be full-time again. The problem is the other teacher who shares her class was taken on on a permanent contract and is brilliant! does the part time teacher have any rights to come back full time?
     
  2. Hi, I have currently got a teacher who went part time a few years ago wanting to be full-time again. The problem is the other teacher who shares her class was taken on on a permanent contract and is brilliant! does the part time teacher have any rights to come back full time?
     
  3. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

    The other teacher presumably has a part-time permanent contract?
    What contract does the f-timer now p-timer have? Was she given a new contract when she went part-time? Was she given a written letter agreeing to going part-time? Did it say that it was permanent, or for a fixed term, or renewable each year? Do in fact the two of them have an official job share, or are they both part-timers?
    All these things will make a difference.
    I suggest talking to the Bursar about this, as he will have a good grip on the employment law issues.
    Best wishes
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