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  1. Hi, I'm retired HR. Understandably the new employer will want to get you on the same contract as the existing staff asap to make life easier for them. this gives you a sort term advantage to negotiate a better deal just a couple of thoughts presumable the current 39 days leave include 8 BH so 31 in reality similarly 28 -8 = 20. points to ponder you are going to still get paid for the 11 days lost leave but you now have to work them. so I would negotiate an increase in base pay to compensate (eg a days pay is either annual salary / 365 or 260 (different firms work differently)) how do they treat BH if you work them (I suspect without plussage) not sure what you mean about loosing 19 years long service your new contract should state clearly that your start date is the date you joined old company. this continuity of service is essential for calculating things like redundancy (should this happen in the future) and also possibly pension entitlement. there should be an agreement as to how the new employer is dealing with the previous pension scheme. I suggest you ask if they haven't already told you. this is a subject that all Tupe'd employees have a stake in so a bit of collective discussion with new HR wouldn't go amiss. if you are in a union (they would have been consulted if recognised) get details of new pension and ring union HO for details of where to get advice. if the old pension arrangements not continued then make sure you keep the old scheme admin up to date with any address changes. get a copy of the company staff handbook (if there is one) before signing any new contract as you will be subject to what it contains and you want to be as aware as possible of what they will expect. cheers gdadphil
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  6. 4 years ago my younger son who had enjoyed a good Christmas bonus, gave me the cash to buy a well used 325 with both barrels ported. It shares the most favourite gun spot with my old 686. Occasionally, I shoot well enough to justify it's quality build lovely gun will never sell πŸ‘ gdadphil
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  12. Lovely thanks for being on the ball!! gdadphil
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