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Kier BAM Update

As you know, we are in the middle of the redundancy consultations . We have encountered some issues which are currently being dealt with between the Reps on site and the Regional Officer. However, after our intervention, the companies have now agreed to calculate any untaken holidays on the 12 months previous to the furlough period, meaning you will earn your normal holiday rate. The redundancy cap (per week) is £538. This should include any overtime and bonus meaning that those of you on the lower skill rates (SW3 and SW4) should earn the capped amount too. We are currently negotiating for pay in lieu of notice for those who request it. We'll update you once we know as the company are saying it's not possible while under furlough. For those of you who have personal belongings in the lockers, you are to contact Barrie Mills in the first instance and let him know your locker numbers and when you want to pick the items up. If you are further afield, then contact him and he will make arrangements with you. Ex-Hawk employees - we should have an update next week for you when Claire Trott returns from holiday. We have been pressing them for an answer. Stay safe.

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The Fletch
The Fletch
Jul 12, 2020

Back to the first comment, does that mean there are NO Agency personnel left on site, I was lucky and moved to another company on site is there any provisions with other companies in place for KBJV staff or Angency employees

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jonathandavies1981
jonathandavies1981
Jul 09, 2020

Please see the link to www.teamhinkleyc.com outlining the face covering policy - https://teamhinkleyc.com/sites/default/files/hpc_face_covering_policy_v4_dated_july_7_2020.pdf


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I can understand if it's public transport and it's compulsory. But it's not public. Transport. We are not required to wear face coverings on site in offices canteen areas? If you're worried about keeping people as safe as possible shouldn't it be compulsory to wear them at all times is it a P R stunt so we look good to the public while travelling to and from work?

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jonathandavies1981
jonathandavies1981
Jul 09, 2020

Face coverings are a requirement under the latest version of the Construction Industry Guidelines for Covid-19. It's an additional measure in order to keep people as safe as possible.

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Why are we being told to wear face mask or coverings on the buses but not on site?

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