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Re: staffing levels/hours
« Reply #15 on: Aug 10 - 2010 »
You record the hours that you actually work in the bar, cleaning, admin etc these are the hours that management understand and allocate for what they dont allocate for and you should record on your staff hours are the moments that you are called down from your flat to deal with all the items like, trouble with a customer, beer dispense etc etc etc

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« Reply #16 on: Aug 10 - 2010 »
Big Jim the goverment still has a department that is responsible for investigating companies that are accused of paying less than the minimum wage, you can call this department what you want, I call it the wages council it really does not matter what the name of the department is whats important is that a body still is available to investigate these type of complaints.

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« Reply #17 on: Aug 11 - 2010 »
two managers walk out //tiger haxby york and handsome cab york/ manager from buckles inn york now running both/ manager at angel tadcaster  now running shann house hotel/ manager from shann house going to handsome cab/ manager at roebuck inn also running crown at bolton percy wheres the 32 trainees gone.///

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« Reply #18 on: Aug 11 - 2010 »
When you say two managers have walked out, do you mean the DPS? If thats the case I hope they've informed the local authority!!

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« Reply #19 on: Aug 11 - 2010 »
When you say two managers have walked out, do you mean the DPS? If thats the case I hope they've informed the local authority!!
If they are the DPS and are reading this then, as I understand, there is an onus on them to notify the relevant licencing authority. 

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« Reply #20 on: Aug 11 - 2010 »
heard different story bout Hansom Cab, they handed their notice in on Monday, but revoked it today, has Humph give them an Incentive to stay?  :-\

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« Reply #21 on: Aug 12 - 2010 »
I've received a memo about our timesheets, explaining what they want you to put on yours.  A quick turnaround indeed. Hope you all receive one soon.

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Re: staffing levels/hours
« Reply #22 on: Aug 12 - 2010 »
Dare i ask what information Humphrey wants to know, is for checking on the amount of time spent behind the bar,cleaning and paperwork.
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« Reply #23 on: Aug 12 - 2010 »
Heard today nowt to do with Humph, Its Wages that have done it, to help them make their work easier.