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not seeking or given to association

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Add that to daily abuse with many on minimum wage, plus little or no enhancement for unsocial hours and rotas that only let you know what shifts you are doing for a couple of weeks, making planning your own life a nightmare.
The union said the dispute centres on Eurostar's failure to honour an agreement from 2008 which sought to ensure that train managers could expect a good work/life balance in terms of unsocial hours and duty rosters.
The union said the dispute centres on Eurostar's failure to honour an agreement from 2008 which sought to ensure thS at train managers could expect a good work/life balance in terms of unsocial hours and duty rosters.
The union said the dispute with management centred on what it called Eurostar's failure to honour an agreement from 2008 which sought to ensure that train managers could expect a good work-life balance in terms of unsocial hours and duty rosters.
Their salaries are protected for two years so these colleagues are continuing to be paid at the enhanced rate for all their hours worked even though their new shift means they aren't working half of their shift at the unsocial hours rate.
The essence of the strike seems to be that there are not enough junior doctors to share the workload to have a rota for unsocial hours.
This is because they get extra money if they work unsocial hours - and the new contract will significantly reduce the hours classed as unsocial.
I wonder if anyone is making a healthy profit out of working unsocial hours on healthy roads.
But chairman of the union's junior doctors' committee Johann Malawana accused Mr Hunt of "digging his heels in" over the thorny issue of unsocial pay for weekend working.
The BMA said the action comes "after the Government's continued failure to address junior doctors' concerns about the need for robust contractual safeguards on safe working, and proper recognition for those working unsocial hours.
If I am made to work unsocial hours with no penalty rates I will be forced to leave the profession.
Mark Zuckerberg, you see, is one of the inventors of Faceache, the unsocial media site where people who've never met keep asking other people who've never met to 'like' them, but, more importantly, to like their cats and dogs.
But Unison says it would mean a cut in unsocial hours pay for staff, with some losing over 10% of their income.
The 411: Unsocial is a mobile application for conference attendees.
Working unsocial hours was found to increase the chances of a heart attack by more than a fifth, with the risk of a stroke rising by 5%.