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Part time working - what does 0.6fte really mean?

Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by frustum, May 19, 2008.

  1. frustum

    frustum Lead commenter

    If your flexible working request specified working on only 3 days rather than 0.6, then you should probably challenge the wording of the contract, asking for it to specify 0.6 across three days only.

    It's probably worth involving your union: they'll know how best to tackle things.

    The other thing that's always worth pointing out to the timetabler is that if your timetable is really awkward, you're likely to apply for other jobs, and then they'll be left trying to recruit someone for a messy timetable mid-year. It's in their interest to keep it tidy for that reason!
     

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