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Return to work

Discussion in 'Parenting' started by cra13, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. cra13

    cra13 New commenter


    Can anybody help me please. I need to double check this...

    I am wanting to return to work after the Easter holidays so I intend to return to work at the start of the summer holidays (Monday April 16th)

    Obviously over the Easter holidays I will be planning for the summer term so if I was to write my return to work letter could I put that I intend to return to work on Monday 2nd April (start of Easter holidays) and actually get paid for the Easter holidays.

    I just want to double check this because obviously it will be a great deal of help to get this pay. If this is not the case then I will have to return to work a week before the Easter holidays.

    Thank you
  2. No, it's fine. I'm starting back to work in spetember but putting my return to work date as the start of the summer holidays so I get paid for those.
  3. kittenjames

    kittenjames New commenter

    yep, it's fine. i put first day of summer holidays as my return, so got paid over the six weeks and came back on the first day the children were in.
  4. kittenmittens

    kittenmittens New commenter

    Me too- timing was brilliant!

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