Pay and cancellation of work
In law there is no general obligation for your employer to provide work so long as they pay your wages as outlined in your contract.
Sometimes due to workload or patient need, an employer may ask you to reschedule your days off or your work days. Though this may not adhere strictly to the hours stated in your contract, it could be seen as a reasonable request. Your contract may also provide for such requests. These requests need to be reasonable and agreeable to both parties.
Check your contract and contact us if your employer is:
- cancelling work and refusing to pay you
- rescheduling work unreasonably
- refusing to provide work over a long period of time.