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'national Duvet Day' In Leap-year Pay Protest

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/arti...in_page_id=1770

The National Trust has already backed the campaign by telling their 4,800 staff and 49,000 volunteers to take the day off to help to reduce their own carbon footprint.

if you are contract or payed by the hour you're quids in, if you are payed monthly you're working an extra day for diddly squat!

I've just been told by my boss that we can either have an extra days holiday this year or an extra days pay.

Has anyone else received this leap year benefit?

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very odd just because the earths rotation doesnt match its rotation round the sun people want a day off. An equally silly idea why not lie in for a 1/4 of a day each year, year one wake up at 6am, the next year 12 midday, then next 6pm the next 12 midnight?

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if you are contract or payed by the hour you're quids in, if you are payed monthly you're working an extra day for diddly squat!

I've just been told by my boss that we can either have an extra days holiday this year or an extra days pay.

Has anyone else received this leap year benefit?

:lol: People need to realise that the contracting rate for a job is the real rate for a job. However most people are prepared to lower the price of their services in exchange for paid holidays, sickness benift, maternatiy pay, bank holidays a pension ect ect. It's up to individuals to negotiate their own circumstances.

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