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Bylor 2021 shift pattern proposal

Your Reps have been updating as many members as possible this week about the proposal which Unite have received from Bylor. We would like feedback from as many as our members as possible to be able to respond to Bylor and if needs be try and negotiate an alternative.


2021 will see Bylor expected to deliver 3x the amount of production as we have achieved this year. Due to this increased expectation in programme from EDF, Bylor have come to the unions to discuss a shift change for next year to enable more hours to be worked over a week.


The company have proposed a seperate shift for Day and Night shift so we have included the option for you all below to select which shift you currently work on. Below you will find a photo of the proposal from Bylor. It shows Day shift being on a 6/1 - 5/2 pattern working 11 hour days other than Friday and Saturday shifts. Night shift pattern would be a 6/1 - 4/3 pattern again working 11 hours a day.

Bylor have confirmed that there will be an opt out available for those who can not work weekends, for example those who have childcare issues.

Bylor have also confirmed that if an individual wanted to book a week off of work that they would not need to us a holiday day to book the saturday as part of that week.


There is a short survey at the bottom of the page. If you haven't already had your say on the paper surveys carried out by your Reps then please provide us with your feedback.




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Why don’t these unions do what we pay them to do and FIGHT for what we want instead of bending us over and letting everyone shaft us, I will not be paying for this service anymore.

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geoffhampson64
geoffhampson64
Dec 04, 2020

Let's increase production! Yet recently C.I ran out of nails. You find yourself working with unamended drawings, then carry out the job several times and often have a shortage of materials and equipment! Oh..... Hang on! Let's piss about with the shift patterns, fiddle about with their hours then instruct the absent union to run along with a message of little content or information and basically inform the work force that they have little choice of what's being shoved at them!

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Ryan Searle
Ryan Searle
Dec 04, 2020

Fuck right off. The concrete lab cannot get the staff to manage what we do currently. We only have 2 vans to use. And are expected to cover every pour on site. x3 work means we need at least 20 more staff. We can't get the 3 we been asking for, for 6 months. Rant over

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