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    @daj19 what role have you been offered?
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    (Original post by daj19)
    Does anyone else have to report to Darren Cooley?
    Yes i do.
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    (Original post by Escapalda lamen)
    Yes i do.
    Has anyone been asked to work evenings/weekends and public holidays when necessary?
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    (Original post by N-Dulge)
    echoing a previous post .. those that have been offered positions, what were your scores? just out of curiosity....
    Mines was 444 , so they are not offering based on merit, don't worry.
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    (Original post by 1Kim)
    Has anyone been asked to work evenings/weekends and public holidays when necessary?
    No 8.30 to 5.30 for the 12 week induction
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    Are people being told they have a 12 week training period/programme?
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    (Original post by sac14)
    No 8.30 to 5.30 for the 12 week induction
    what campaign are you on sac? and what role/ location did you get? your lucky
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    (Original post by 1Kim)
    what campaign are you on sac? and what role/ location did you get? your lucky
    Atleast you have a start date. I'm from the Feb campaign and still waiting
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    (Original post by mabze)
    Atleast you have a start date. I'm from the Feb campaign and still waiting
    true, its just not suitable for me with childcare and I did inform them of this before when they asked about what hours I could do at the time of provisional offer..its just like they ignored everything i said
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    I havent been advised of my working hours, where they in your offer email? Also, I didn't have the starter declaration attached to my email, did you all?
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    (Original post by MHRos)
    Anyone here 1667/16
    I'm 1667 and still waiting for DBS and formal offer. How about you?
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    (Original post by slc2710)
    I havent been advised of my working hours, where they in your offer email? Also, I didn't have the starter declaration attached to my email, did you all?
    due to the nature of the work, undertaking customer calls I have to be flexible outside of the contracted hours and may need to work evenings/weekends or public holidays when needed.

    Think it might be a call centre. No i didn't get anything like, it wasn't mentioned in my email.
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    (Original post by 1Kim)
    due to the nature of the work, undertaking customer calls I have to be flexible outside of the contracted hours and may need to work evenings/weekends or public holidays when needed.

    Think it might be a call centre. No i didn't get anything like, it wasn't mentioned in my email.
    It just mentioned in my email on my first day I needed to bring the attached starter checklist and a few other things.

    Weird how our emails are all worded differently!

    Are u from the 1320 campaign? I have no idea where I will be working, whether its a call centre or not etc
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    The contracts are very generalised. it stated i will be doing some face to face work in my current role....and its million years away from even heading towards face to face...so dont worry...

    They said 5 over 7 days and 8 til 8pm as working hours...and thats across the board...(doesnt include old hmtc employees). this is in prep for 2020
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    I have the formal offer, however no change in status online.
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    And it doesnt give me any formal hours i should work. it says flexible working hours are available and 12 weeks training from 8.30 onwards. how many study days are we allowed?
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    (Original post by slc2710)
    It just mentioned in my email on my first day I needed to bring the attached starter checklist and a few other things.

    Weird how our emails are all worded differently!

    Are u from the 1320 campaign? I have no idea where I will be working, whether its a call centre or not etc
    It is weird yeh! Im from the 1321 June campaign, I was thinking that these extra hours might be a new standard contract, but it doesn't look like it is you got set hours.
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    (Original post by Waki7866)
    And it doesnt give me any formal hours i should work. it says flexible working hours are available and 12 weeks training from 8.30 onwards. how many study days are we allowed?
    study days you can take as many, just don't take the P, may 1-2 a week.
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    (Original post by Waki7866)
    And it doesnt give me any formal hours i should work. it says flexible working hours are available and 12 weeks training from 8.30 onwards. how many study days are we allowed?
    wheres your location and what team?
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    (Original post by 1Kim)
    what campaign are you on sac? and what role/ location did you get? your lucky
    Edinburgh. It just says Business: Enforcement & Compliance.
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