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Thank you Zimba. On the guidance Annex F page 89 states HO will consider 120 hours per month. Upon looking at the Refusal Letter it states that HO will consider a maximum on 130 hours a week. So its vague to me.zimba88 wrote:It is misconception that a month is 4 weeks or 120 hours work, it is NOT. It is actually on average 4.33 weeks
HO requires ONLY 130 hours a month or 30 hours week for full time role, more hours are discarded. If an employee works less than that they are NOT full time
The form asks only for the period you are claiming and the hourly rate. There is no way to prove how many hours someone has worked officially.kapoorinusa wrote:Hi zimba , what if a employee has start working on 9th of the month but did little over 130 hrs in that month . will this be counted as full month or will be the counted as part time hrs. Thanks
Technically the rules are based on hours worked in a week. 30 hours or more are full time.Thank you Zimba. On the guidance Annex F page 89 states HO will consider 120 hours per month. Upon looking at the Refusal Letter it states that HO will consider a maximum on 130 hours a week. So its vague to me.
Well the part time hours must reach 30 hours a week min to be counted. The rules say:Heres another question, I have had an employee who worked part time in 2014. This job again continued together with another employee until mid of the following year but hours never exceeded neither 120 nor 130. This would mean that I can never claim for those months where 30 hours per week or at least 120 hours per month were not met and hence existence of 12 months job would fail to prove. So I am still trying to understand the interpretation of these rules. Please help.
** You can ignore the 12 months requirement if covered by transitional arrangementsA full time job is one involving at least 30 hours of work a week. Two or more part time jobs that add up to 30 hours a week will count as one full time job, and may score points in Tables 5 and 6, if both jobs exist for at least 12 months. However, one full time job of more than 30 hours work a week will not count as more than one full time job.
Jobs created within the entire initial period count !live4pride wrote:Why HO refusal letter addresses the last 24 months, are we not supposed to claim hours and jobs in the three year span since the initial leave??
I repeated this multiple times: http://www.immigrationboards.com/uk-tie ... l#p1437307mohsensari wrote:Dear zimba<
If some one works 12 months part time and every month 65 hours.
Does HO counted her as 6 months full time in transition arrangement even if there was no other job to combine with it to make one full time?
Zimba thanks for your response. What would be the best option to do as i still have time?zimba88 wrote:If she didn't work min of 30 hours a week, then she really didn't work full time.
Also as a business person, you are not at the mercy of your employee. If she consistently failed to work as per contract, she should have been sacked.