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I started through an agency then joined the company bank where I am a flexi worker but it has been continuous employment doing the same role and I was verbally told they were taking me on permanently
my contract as a flexi worker started Feb last year but I did not start physically doing a shift for them until April last year as they didn't start adding my shifts until then if that makes sense altogether 29 months in all. 1 year under Tate agency the rest for the company on their bank but was offered but wad offfull time contract June
I require an answer and have not received a reply it is 19 months
I have been told that if you have been in a position continuously doing the same job for 2 1/2 years this is a vacancy and by law should be offered a contract permanently.
but I was verbally offered a job on 17th June surely they can't just take it back, if I had already signed a contract, then they couldn't just revoke it could they?
last question! is a verbal agreement not legal binding?
please say that so I can understand what rights for example
after 16 weeks I thought ur rights changed and u had to be paid the same as your colleagues that goes for any temp worker
THIS SEEMS TO BE GOING ROUND IN CIRCLES,I was working for an outside agency now I work on the bank for the company I work for and am considered a flexi worker but have been doing the same job for 2 1/2 years, when I was with the outside agency, after, I think, 18 weeks or whatever the law states, my status changed so that I have to be brought in line with what my colleagues were earning so my money went up and so did my holiday accrual, even though, yes I left the outside agency and then from Feb 2014 I then went on my now employer's books it has been continuous same role. My contract as a flexi worker says no notice is required but by law I believe after you have been working there a while, which I have, I am entitled to more notice than that and my rights changed, is your speciality in employment law?