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According to the U.K. government website www.gov.uk/holiday-entitlement-rights/holiday-pay-the-basics, she has the right to 5.6 weeks statutory holidays, and the pay is calculated based on the average pay over the last 52 weeks, taking into account only the weeks where she was paid. The pay is not the “basic pay”, it is the actual pay including pay for ...


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You need to establish your boundaries effectively. I can't argue the point of "most companies make people work overtime" because I don't know what your location is. However, it sounds like you don't buy it because it's not an expectation you have. You need to have a direct discussion with your manager and indicate very clearly that the unnecessary ...


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Tough. I understand that totally ignoring him is not an option. This is my idea: Once your working hours are over, don't react to his messages and calls right away, wait a few hours, use the phrase "I will look into this issue more thoroughly on Monday" as much as you can. This way, you are still a good eager employee, but gosh darn it, you muted ...


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