i read myBB forumsPeople read Huisgenoot and/or the McDonalds menu...not news.
SharkBait, hoo-haa-haa (sorry, just had to get that one in)Just think how nice the traffic will be with all of you at home.
My understanding is that working Sundays and public holidays counts as double time, so you're mean to be paid twice your hourly rate. Either that or you can get paid time off at the appropriate ratio - so 1 public holiday = 2 work days off. It's the same for overtime, where 8 hours = 12 work hours off etc. I think that this is non-negotiable, even if it's in your contract. So first check if you're being screwed in that sense.Question: Is an employer allowed to subtract the public holidays from your annual leave if you normally work public holidays?