It also requires employees to work bank holidays unless they are booked as annual leave, excepting Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, which will remain voluntary and paid at double time.
The contract confirms that employees will receive 28 days of annual leave in total, including bank holidays.
Do Asda pay double for bank holidays?
Working festive bank holidays – Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day – will continue to be voluntary, Asda has said, and double pay will be offered. Night shifts, which are better paid per hour, are being reduced from eight to five hours (12am to 5am).
How much do Asda workers get paid?
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What benefits do you get working for Asda?
Benefits at Asda:
- Pension. Defined contribution pension – one trust-based plan and one contract-based scheme.
- Share scheme. All-employee sharesave scheme Executive share option scheme.
- Voluntary benefits.
- Flexible working.
Do you get paid for breaks at Asda?
According to the GMB Union, which represents Asda employees, bosses are forcing workers to sign away their right to be paid for any breaks they take while on shift. Under the terms of the so-called “Contract 6”, workers will also reportedly be forced to work bank holidays and weekends by the supermarket giant.