The first charge alleges he submitted medical certificates saying he was unfit to work in September 2012 but was undertaking private paid work while also receiving sick pay
from the Trust.
The rejection of a threeyear pay deal and improvements to sick pay
terms means that the ongoing threat of strike action at the port will continue.
Contract notice: Sick pay
insurance, accident insurance under uvg and accident insurance.
A GARDA representative yesterday slammed the force's chief for hanging members out to dry over sick pay
The TUC estimates there are 52,000 zero-hours workers in the region - enough to fill Newcastle United's home ground of St James' Park - and that they are five times less likely to qualify for sick pay
The research also reveals that zero-hours workers are five times more likely not to qualify for sick pay
as a result of their lower wages.
The union said its research also revealed that zero-hours workers are five times more likely not to qualify for statutory sick pay
than permanent workers as a result of their lower level of take-home pay.
The reality is they may get Statutory Sick Pay
And they proposed staff sick pay
be axed for the first three days, promoting much controversy.
In addition, like most public employees, Richardson can accumulate vacation time and sick pay
and be compensated for any unused portion when she retires or leaves her job.
The bulk of the cost mainly comes from companies' own sick pay
policies, whereby, in some cases, employers are providing full pay to the absentee for a set number of weeks, followed by a period of half pay.
If the contractual sick pay
is more than the SSP, the employee will receive the contractual sick pay
and SSP will make up part of it.