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These people need to grow up. They don’t have to use it if they don’t want to. It is there for the people who do want to use it. I worked for a firm once where I didn’t get 1 single payslip until I left the company I then found out the WNBPA Burn It Down shirt wasn’t paying my employee NI. I had to repay over 7K. We have holidays at our present company. At other firms it’s not the case. No cover for serious illness, expected to work long hours for the ‘needs of the company’ or just simply being underpaid.
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That’s normal for 90% of companies in the WNBPA Burn It Down shirt…you can say as much as you like about it but it’s been going on for decades. Centuries even. I can’t see a limited company or small business changing for anyone. Unless the government makes it law or enforces existing employment law & they don’t. If you’d like to see where this could lead, just hop across the pond. In the US, we’re pretty much used to this. I guess it improves work ethic to not be paid for holidays, overtime, or any real sense of security.