Hi Ben, I'm Ollie. I have worked for the current employer since April 2014, and my previous was since, 2008
I don't believe so, but i'm not 100% on that
I think I would need to ask our HR dept for a copy of my contract
Thank you, ***** ***** get a copy of my contract have have a read through it. I know it sounds stupid but I feel like I am bullied sometimes at work by my boss to do extra things which he classes as "my job"
Plus there is never any additional pay for any additional tasks! Which I know there can't be all the time but when its quite a big change & more responsibility, I would expect more pay in return!
I don't mind do the small and "odd" additional task but at the moment what i'm being asked to do is in no way a small task or a short term task either. Like you say I think I need to stand up to them.
Thanks for your advice, I will get a copy of my contract from HR. Is it worth it whilst I am waiting for my contract, to do the additional tasks and "log" how much of my day it takes or anything like that?
That's one other thing I should mention actually,
When i was told about one of the additional tasks, I did say to my boss I was unhappy doing it as i felt it would impact my ability to undertake my current duties. I did also ask to be rewarded for it, I was then told by another "boss" that It would not impact on my day to day duties. However I feel it will.
OK I think I have things to do my end now. Thank you for you advice Ben
Sorry to be a pain, I found my contract, it does not state anything about additional tasks etc.
I also found my job role which I transferred with, I have also a new job role for the additional tasks they are expecting me to undertake.
Would it be fair to say that these changes are "substantial changes" in my working conditions and these can not apply?
Thanks Ben, the additional tasks have their own job profile! It is a big task to undertake, especially when I have been doing my own job for many years I quite literally don't have the time to undertake the new / additional tasks!
I think I need to see an employment solicitor this week and sit down with them to discuss where I stand.
Thanks for the additional help.