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Phased return to work

Discussion in 'Health and wellbeing' started by helpline2, May 25, 2012.

  1. helpline2

    helpline2 New commenter

    It is usual for schools to allow people who have been off sick for a long while a "phased return to work." I had one after a heart attack for example.
    The logic is simple. The school is getting a part time teacher for exactly the same money as they would have to pay if the member of staff simply remained off sick.
    And yet a private school "somewhere in Sussex" has the bloody cheek to insist that someone on a phased return to work has reduced salary...i.e less than they would get if they simply remained off sick for a little longer instead.
    And with the government red hot in pursuit of privatisation it makes you wonder if our conditions of service will deteriorate as a result.

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  2. Exactly the kind of left-wing nonsense that nice Mr Cameron wants to do away with. If you are off sick then you should be starved back to work. We are all in this together.
     

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