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Are you still entitled to bank holiday pay if you are off work long term sick ?

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Yes, if you are receiving pay from your company and you have been  with them long enough and you contract says that bank holidays  are part or your annual  leave.

 

 

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Depends on the definition of BH pay, if like Annie says you are recieving pay from you remployer,you'll be paid BUT if you normally worked on a BH and accrued double time,you probably wouldn't get that.(does that make sense)

 

I get a monthly salary regardless of what happens in that month, my wifes colleagues get double time IF they work a bank holiday but if they aren't at work its a normal days wage.

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4 hours ago, willman said:

Depends on the definition of BH pay, if like Annie says you are recieving pay from you remployer,you'll be paid BUT if you normally worked on a BH and accrued double time,you probably wouldn't get that.(does that make sense)

 

I get a monthly salary regardless of what happens in that month, my wifes colleagues get double time IF they work a bank holiday but if they aren't at work its a normal days wage.

Ihave been off work just over a year my sick pay has finished so i receive nothing from work, last year they paid me for bank holidays, but they wont pay me for easter monday saying i am not entitled to it i have been in touch with the union but am still waiting to hear from them.

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