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Re: Phased return

In my experience it very much depends who you work for.   If you work for a small private company it is unlikely they will have set rules.  Unfortunately there ares no Job Centre or DWP recommendations.

 

I phased back after 9 months off into the NHS.  My GP said Phased return, Occupational health said 'very slowly' and my Manager interpreted that very kindly.  I did week one 2 hrs per day 2 days,  week 2 4 hours per day 3 days etc for 8 weeks then i took holiday Tuesday and Thursday for a few months. From the very first Monday i was paid in full throughout.  I also know colleagues who haven't been treated so well.

 

I think i was lucky and it very much depends on the organisation and who is negotiating on your  behalf.  Maybe you could speak with Occupational Health or look at the Local Education Authority Policies for Employees,  Do you have a Union that could offer some guidance on what other people have been offered. 

 

Take it easy and the best of luck getting back into your routine.  Butterfly x

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Re: Phased return

ollybobs

 

I am no expert but I would think the same as you, it is 4 actual weeks of working that would be your phased return so the week off does not count, I am sure one of the other ladies on here will be able to advise.

 

Helena xx

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Phased return

Hi all. Just wondering if anyone understands how a phased return works. I work in a school if the phased return is 4 weeks but one of those weeks is a holiday week what happens? Does it just carry on so it’s actually only over 3 or extends so potentially could be over 5. Many thanks for any help you can offer x